"Untitled Etching AP 1971"
Limited Edition Print
Size: 11.81x9.84 in | 30x25 cm
Framed: 27x32 in | 69x81 cm
Edition: Artist Proof (Prueba De Artista)REDUCEDLISTING INFO|ARTIST BIO
Hand Signed : Lower Right, Pencil
Framed with Glass : Frame Has Some Issues, Could Be the First Original
Purchased from : Other 2016
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
LID : 101747
Jose Luis Cuevas
Art Brokerage: Jose Luis Cuevas Mexican Artist: B. 1933. A master draftsman, Jose Luis Cuevas played a pivotal role in Latin America's drawing and printmaking renaissance of the sixties and seventies. He is also associated with Latin America's neofigurative movement, along with artists such as Fernando Botero and Antonio Segui. Cuevas was born in Mexico City in 1933. By the age of fourteen, he had illustrated numerous periodicals and books and had had his first exhibition in Mexico City. In 1953 Cuevas published La cortina del nopal (The Cactus Curtain), an article condemning aspects of the Mexican Mural movement and advocating greater artistic freedom. This philosophy inspired the founding in 1960 of the group Nueva Presencia, which he joined for a brief time. It promoted individual expression and figurative art reflecting the contemporary human condition. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.