(American, born 1914, died 1996)
Late artist Daniel Serra-Badué created surrealist graphic paintings, drawings, and prints.
Born in Cuba, Serra-Badué studied art at various studios and institutions in Santiago de Cuba and Havana (both in Cuba), New York City, and Barcelona, Spain. He was a recipient of two Guggenheim Fellowships in 1938 and 1939. Serra-Badué was one of the first recipients of a Cintas Fellowship, which supports Cuban arts and humanities.