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Ramírez, Martín, 1895-1963


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    • Ramírez González, Martín, 1895-1963
    • González, Martín Ramírez, 1895-1963
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        18950331
    • Death Date

        19630217
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: DeWitt State Hospital (Calif.)
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    • Gender

        male
    • Field of Activity

    • Occupation

        Artist
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    • Sources

      • found: The heart of creation, 1985:t.p. (Martin Ramirez) p. 3, etc. (b. 3-31-1885 in Jalisco, Mexico; d. 1960; mentally handicapped artist)
      • found: Martín Ramírez, 2007:ECIP t.p. (Martín Ramírez) galley (Martín Ramírez González was born at two in the morning on January 30, 1895, in Rincón de Velázquez, Jalisco; d. at age 68, of a pulmonary edema, at DeWitt [State Hospital] at six in the morning on February 17, 1963)
      • found: Biog. index, 2004-2005 cum. index(Ramirez, Martin; 1885-1960)
      • found: Folk artists biog. index, 1987:(Ramirez, Martin; b. 1885 d. 1960)
      • found: Latin Amer. and Caribbean artists of the modern era, 2003:(Ramirez, Martin; 1885-1962)
      • found: Museum. of Amer. Folk Art encycl. of twentieth-cent. Amer. folk art and artists, 1990:(Martín Ramírez; b. Mar. 31, 1895; d. Feb. 17, 1963)
      • found: Info. from pub., May 20, 2008:Martín Ramírez, 1895-1963)
      • found: Publisher request, May 29, 2008(estate of Martín Ramírez requests change in hdg. dates to 1895-1963 from 1885-1960)
      • found: Wikipedia, Dec. 16, 2013(Martín Ramírez; born March 30, 1895; died February 17, 1963) was a self-taught artist who spent most of his adult life institutionalized in California mental hospitals, diagnosed as a catatonic schizophrenic. Having migrated to the United States from Tepatitlan, Mexico in 1925, Ramírez was institutionalized in 1931, first at Stockton State Hospital in Stockton, California, then, beginning in 1948, at DeWitt State Hospital in Auburn, near Sacramento, where he made the drawings and collages for which he is now known)
      • notfound: Grove art online, Aug. 18, 2006
    • Change Notes

      • 1987-02-18: new
      • 2013-12-14: revised
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