Guðmundur Ármann Sigurjónsson

Guðmundur Ármann first studied printmaking and then went on to study art and graduated in 1966, at MHÍ. He also graduated from the graphics department of Valad Academy of the Arts in Gothenburg in 1972. Guðmundur Ármann first exhibited at Mokkakaffi in 1962.

 

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