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Born in the Dominican Republic on May 20, 1936, the late famous painter Cándido Bidó died on March 7, 2011. He was the first painter from the Dominican Republic to have an exhibition in France. He was best known for using tropical colors, bold figures, and simplified forms. His characterization of shiny landscapes, exotic animals, fruit, flowers, and portraits of local women, reveals a profound love of his surroundings.
Graduating from one of the world's top 10 fine arts schools, the Escuela de Altos de Chavon, he was also an art professor at the National School of Arts. In 1962 he worked as an assistant professor at the National School of Arts, and between 1962 and 1967, he was a Faculty professor at the National School of Arts of Drawing and Arts. He founded in Santo Domingo, Cándido Bidó Art Center, where he taught painting, drawing, and sculpting. In 1987 he closed the art center and left the Cándido Bidó Art Gallery in Santo Domingo.
Bido was the founder of the Cultural Center Plaza in Bonao, Dominican Republic de Bonao, and the Cándido Bidó Art Museum in Bonao, Dominican Republic. 1987. He founded the School of Arts of the Dominican Air Force in Santo Domingo in 1996.