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"Etap #25 Monotype 34x28" by Amado Pena - Framed Signed Unique Monotype Print $2,200
Etap #25 Monotype 34x28 Works on Paper (not prints) by Amado Pena
Etap #25 Monotype 34x28 Works on Paper (not prints) by Amado Pena - 0
Etap #25 Monotype 34x28 Works on Paper (not prints) by Amado Pena - 1
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Amado Pena

"Etap #25 Monotype 34x28"

Hand SignedSigned mid center, over embossed paper stamp 
Condition Excellent 
Framed with GlassLight natural wood frame, double matted 
Purchased fromGallery 
Story / Additional InfoPurchased at Hendrix Collection in Miami, at a Pena show of his own work. 
Certificate of AuthenticityArt Brokerage 
Amado Pena - United States

Art Brokerage: Amado Pena Jr. American Artist: B. 1943. Amado Pena Jr.'s art focuses on Hispanic and Native American figures and has been described as capturing the essence of the Southwest. Pena, a mestizo of Mexican and Yaqui Indian descent, was born in 1943 and raised in Laredo, Texas. He earned B.A. and M.A. degrees at Texas A & I University in Kingsville, Texas and was an art teacher in Texas public schools for sixteen years. Pena is known for his humanitarian efforts, and his fund-raising activities have benefited charities such as the March of Dimes, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Native American Rights Fund and the Mexican American Legal and Educational Fund. The Amado and JB Pena "Art Has Heart" Foundation, established in 1994, provides opportunities for low and modest income students in Texas, New Mexico, Colorado and Arizona to further their education in the arts. Listings wanted.