It was a Sprawl voice and a Sprawl joke. Since the list would be quite long, we do not include here Flamenco artists, as their belonging to the Gitanos people is well-known and only few of them are not Roma. Some of the personalities listed here have kept their Romany identity secret or were suggested to do so, while others have declared it openly. The order in which they are presented here is by their profession in first place and then by their birth nationality. Grown-up in Barcelona, she was first a talented dancer since her childhood, and later she began to paint by spontaneous inspiration.
Hungarian Rom that graduated as a professional painter, at the National Art Academy of Amsterdam. His works are acknowledged worldwide and considered among the masterpieces of visual arts. He has handed down his passion among Roma, teaching his art to a group of disciples, and has inspired the following generations of Roma artists. Born in Abruzzo, where Roma settlements are among the earliest ones in Italy. Solario was a Renaissance painter of the Neapolitan school, but he studied in Bologna, Venice, Florence and Rome.