• He began as a private pupil of Antonio Alcántara in 1920, and was admitted at the Academia de Bellas Artes de Caracas in 1922. On concluding his stay there in 1925, he then went on to New York City to continue his studies at the Cooper Union Academy. On his return to Venezuela in 1931, he focused on landscape painting together with Cruz Alvarez Sales and Humberto Gonzalez. In this first part of his thirties, while working on the coast, he painted in a pointillist style in white hues, very much along the lines of Armando Reverón, whose influence becomes obvious in Golding's subsequent work.
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