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Oscar Antonio Vaz was an Argentinean painter born in Buenos Aires in 1909. 
Vaz taught himself, never the less, he received drawing lessons from Numa Ayrinhac and attended the workshop of the marinist Justo Lynch. 
He re-found his first solo exhibition in 1946, at the gallery of the City of Buenos Aires and from 1943 he began to attend salons and collective exhibitions.

He traveled through Out of Europe (1959–1960) and exhibited his works in Spain and France. 
His works are currently in the halls of the Naval League, Ministry of Public Works, Marine Directorate, in the Provincial Museum of Fine Arts of La Plata and in the Pedro de Mendoza Museum of the Federal Capital among others. 
Among the distinctions he obtained were the Silver Medal in the National Hall of 1947 and Grand Prix of Honor of the Naval Center in 1964. 
He died on November 13, 1987.