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Miguel Herrero

The Spanish artist and director Miguel Herrero is considered one of Spain's most revered artists, although his work remains relatively unknown to the public. Edvard Munch's "The Scream", had made a deep impression on him during his career, a work which he described as having the most terrible and expressive facial expression any artist had ever created.
Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali had a high opinion of Herrero and invited him to participate in an exhibition with them in South Africa. Subsequently, Herrero took part in numerous exhibitions around the world including in New York, Tokyo and London.

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