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Emanuel Vincent Cremona

Born, 1919 in Valletta, Malta. Died, 1987

From the catalogue Commonwealth Artists of Fame 1952 - 1977 (Commonwealth Art Gallery, London, 1 June - 3 July 1977): “Born in Valletta. Studied at the Government School of Art in Malta; the academia di Belli Arti, Rome; the Slade School of Fine Art, London and the Ecole Superieure des Beaux Arts, Paris. From 1947 - 60 he taught at the Government School of Art in Malta. Has carried out a number of official commissions and executed many paintings for public buildings and for churches, including mural decorations. Designed the Malta Pavilion at Expo ‘70 Osaka, Japan and nearly all issues of postage stamps since 1957. His work has been widely exhibited outside Malta in London, Edinburgh, Monte Carlo and in Italy and at the Venice Biennale. Knight of the Pontifical Order of St Sylvester. Malta Society of Arts, Manufactuures and Commerce Gold Medal. Malta Confederation of Civic Councils Gold Medal.”

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