Adolpho Mexiac

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 This work was created at the height of massive student-led demonstrations that spread across Mexico to protest a repressive government supported by the United States government and the Pentagon.

Born in 1927, Adolpho Mexiac is an important Mexican artist known for his political and socially themed works. He studied along with fellow artist Leopoldo Mendez at the Taller de Grafica Popular, and learned engraving at the Escuela des Artes del Libro in Colonia Roma.

 

Title

Freedom Of Speech

Artist

Adolpho Mexiac, Mexican ~ 1927 -

Dated

1968

Signed

Lower In Plate

Medium

Archival Print On Paper

Price

$950.00

Size

18" by 13.5" by sight

Style of Art

Allegorical Portraiture

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