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ANGELO PINTO   (1908-1994)
Pinto's sixty-year career began with the onset of The Great Depression. 1929 was a year of early success and promise. He graduated with honors from the Pennsylvania Museum School of Industrial Art and his drawing, Red Water Lily, was shown in The Art Institute of Chicago 9th International Exhibition. In 1928 he had began classes at the Barnes Foundation; he taught there from 1935 or 36 until 1992. Nine of his works are currently on view at the Barnes; his work is in permanent collections throughout the country.


Execution Backstage, 1934



Man with Guitar, 1932



Scene with dog and leaning tree,



Ballet Dancer, 1929



Harem Scene from backstage,



Dancer with Flowers, 1929



Dancers Resting, 1935



Figures Backstage, 1929



Harem Backstage, 1932



Monk Backstage, 1929



Pole Vaulter, 1932



Park Picnickers, 1929



Four Figures, Beach Picnic,



Woman in a Barrel,