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Abdón was interested in drawing and painting since a very early age. He actually started painting with watercolors and drawing in ink at six years of age. When he was eleven years old, he attended the Julio Arraga School of the Fine Arts, but dropped out before the year was over, repulsed by its “avant-garde” methods of painting that were fashionable at that time.
Abdón is a Professional and internationally recognized realist figurative artist whose style recalls late-19th-century realism. He has taught portrait painting, figure drawing and artistic anatomy for over twenty years, in levels such as, College, University, Private Art schools and in his own studio.
He is an Official member of American Society of Portrait Artist, Official member of The Portrait Institute, New York, member of Portrait Society of America; Recognition as Knight Commander of the Venerable Order of Michael the Archangel from the American Police Hall of Fame & Museum, Miami, USA.
Besides his artistic merits we find other no less important such as: being an instructor of morphological anatomy, figure drawing, portraiture and commercial illustration for more than twenty years; at the level as private colleges, universities, art schools and his own studio. We find various generations of his students throughout the world of art which stand out by their merits at international levels. Abdón was interested in drawing and painting since a very early age. He actually started painting with watercolors and drawing in ink at six years of age. When he was eleven years old, he attended the Julio Arraga School of the
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