Antonio Rodríguez Luna was born in Cordoba, Spain in 1910. Luna lived in Madrid from 1928 to 1934. While active in the Spanish civil war, he spent time in French concentration camps. After the war he decamped to Mexico where he began painting in a more melancholic, abstract manner. While there, he taught at Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas San. He died in Montoro, Spain in 1985. Carlos.
Exhibited: Museum of Modern Art (Madrid), 1933 (solo).
Works held: Museum of Modern Art (Madrid).
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