Measurements: 1" w x 1 1/4" h.
Maria Izquierdo was a mexican painter born in the region of Los Altos, Jalisco, Mx. Izquierdo is mainly recognized by her vibrant portraits and still-lifes inspired by mexican folklore and motifs with a desire to create a more universal language, less propagandistic and male dominated. She was one of the first woman artists who penetrated the male dominated mexican art movement in Mexico and helped establish a foundation for female artists. She became the first mexican woman to have a solo exhibition in the United States in the 1930's.
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