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Hector Julio Páride Bernabó, also known as Carybé, was born in Argentina in 1911 and later moved to the state of Bahia, becoming a Brazilian citizen in 1957. An artist of many disciplines - drawing, painting, sculpting, and others - Carybe's art has appeared in the books of Jorge Amado, Bira Almeida, and others. His incredible wood-sculptured tablets depicting the twenty-seven major orixás of candomblé are featured in the Afro-Brazilian Museum in Salvador. Below are some of his simple and beautiful capoeira sketches:
 

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