Photography profile Villa-Lobos, with the following dedication: "To Arminda. Rio / 1/8/932 ". Arminda Villa-Lobos, nicknamed Mindinha, was the composer's second wife. They met in 1932, when both worked at the Superintendency of Music and Artistic Education (SEMA). After a troubled separation with the first wife Lucília Villa-Lobos, the composer joined Arminda in 1936. In 1960, after the death of Villa-Lobos, Arminda founded the Villa-Lobos Museum.