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Numael Pulido was born in Colombia, South America in 1939. He came the United States in 1958 to study painting and enrolled at the Art Student’s League where he studied with George Gross and Frank Mason. While still a student he won the SJ Wallace prize at the National Academy of Design and was subsequently represented by the Bernard Black Gallery.
As early as 1970 he withdrew from the gallery world and moved to New Hampshire, feeling the need to acquire further freedom of technique, that which