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José Liard

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José Luis Liard (born 10 September 1945, in Montevideo, Uruguay), is an artist, mural-painter, illustrator, designer and musician who works particularly in Sweden. Career From 1966 to 1969, Liard was trained in art at the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes, Montevideo, Uruguay. His work has included mural and fine art painting, sculpture, and design for theatre and opera productions. His street sculptures can be seen in Buenos Aires. Liard studied classical music, specializing in clarinet and saxophone, subsequently performing jazz, bebop, swing, and bossa nova influenced by Antonio Carlos Jobim and Latin American music genres. He has played with Montevideo Swing on Canal 4, Batuque do Samba, the Gospel Stompers, and with his own Liard Quartet and Liard/Schyman duo. Liard/Schyman performed for former Swedish Left Party leader, Gudrun Schyman. Liard uses a variety of media in his work, particularly acrylic paint, ink, collage, and computers. He has painted large-scale murals;
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