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Vicente Fabre was born in 1946 in La Vega, Dominican Republic. His coaching began in 1966 with maestro Elias Delgado and Mario Lockward at the school of Fine Arts in his hometown, where he later worked as a teacher for several years.
Years after that, he joined the National School of Fine arts in Santo Domingo; also, he worked as an arts advisor at the vocational school of the armed forces. By 1989, he had fifteen solo exhibitions dealing with the subject of the circus acrobatics.
In 1991, he traveled to Miami with his family, where he currently resides. Since then, he has been exhibiting his works in institutions, galleries and museums in Miami and New York, among other cities. Vicente Fabre has an extensive artistic output as a painter, potter and sculptor. His figures are a distinctive stamp of his works showing his mastering in colorful shapes and characters. In his paintings, the compositional and thematic sketches are subjected to geometric shapes.