Juozas Bagdonas (1911-2005)
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Composition No. 10. c. 1974. Oil on canvas.
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Juozas Bagdonas was a Lithuanian artist who was born in Plunge Township. Bagdonas began his artistic training at Kaunas Art School, alongside other prominent Lithuanian artists. After graduating, Bagdonas continued his training in the studio of Justin Vienožinskis. Bagdonas had his first exhibition in 1933 with the Lithuanian-French Society.
Bagdonas’s paintings are now in major museums such as Plunge Museum of Fine Arts and the Lithuanian Art Museum. His works continue to sell at auctions internationally.
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