National Prize of Art of Chile

The National Prize of Art of Chile, was created on November 9, 1942. It was awarded yearly since 1944 and alternated the mention among Painting or Sculpture, Music and Theatre. In 1992, it was replaced for the national prizes of Plastic Arts, Musical Arts and Arts of the Representation and Audiovisual, respectively.

List of prizewinners with the National Prize of Art:

  • 1944 - Pablo Burchard Eggeling - Painting
  • 1945 - Pedro Humberto Allende - Music
  • 1946 - Alejandro Flores Pinaud - Theatre
  • 1947 - Pedro Reszka Moreau - Painting
  • 1948 - Enrique Soro Barriga - Music
  • 1949 - Rafael Frontaura de la Fuente - Theatre
  • 1950 - Camilo Mori Serrano - Painting
  • 1951 - Domingo Santa Cruz Wilson - Music
  • 1952 - Pedro de la Barra - Theatre
  • 1953 - José Perotti Ronzoni - Sculpture
  • 1954 - Próspero Bisquertt Prado - Music
  • 1955 - Américo Vargas Vergara - Theatre
  • 1956 - José Caracci Vignati - Painting
  • 1957 - Alfonso Leng - Music
  • 1958 - Jorge Quevedo Troncoso - Theatre
  • 1959 - Benito Rebolledo Correa - Painting
  • 1960 - Acario Cotapos Baeza - Music
  • 1961 - José Rojas Ibarra - Theatre
  • 1962 - Not awarded
  • 1963 - Not awarded
  • 1964 - Samuel Román Rojas - Sculpture
  • 1965 - Carlos Isamitt Alarcón - Music
  • 1966 - Pedro Sienna - Theatre
  • 1967 - Laureano Ladrón de Guevara - Painting
  • 1968 - Alfonso Letelier - Music
  • 1969 - Ana González - Theatre
  • 1970 - Marta Colvin - Sculpture
  • 1971 - Gustavo Becerra-Schmidt - Music
  • 1972 - Agustín Siré Sinobas - Music
  • 1973 - Not awarded
  • 1974 - Ana Cortés Jullian - Painting
  • 1975 - Not awarded
  • 1976 - Jorge Urrutia Blondel - Music
  • 1977 - Not awarded
  • 1978 - Pedro Mortheiru Salgado - Theatre
  • 1979 - Carlos Pedraza Olguín - Painting
  • 1980 - Víctor Tevah Tellias - Music
  • 1981 - Fernando Debesa Marín - Theatre
  • 1982 - Mario Carreño Morales - Painting
  • 1983 - Claudio Arrau - Music
  • 1984 - Ernest Uthoff Biefand - Ballet
  • 1985 - Israel Roa Villagra - Painting
  • 1986 - Federico Heinlein - Music
  • 1988 - Silvia Piñeiro Rodríguez - Theatre
  • 1990 - Roberto Matta - Painting
  • 1992 - Juan Orrego-Salas - Music


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