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Oswaldo GUAYASAMIN - El grito 1, 1973, Signed Engraving

El grito 1, 1973
Etching on Guarro paper
Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist
75 prints
Sheet size 56 cm x 76 cm
Image size 47,5 cm x 67 cm.
Edited and printed by Poligrafa, Barcelona.
Perfect condition.

Dimensions :
- Height : 56 cm
- Width : 76 cm
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Oswaldo Guayasamin : (1919-1999) was an ecuadorian artist. Highly inspired by south-american arts, he dedicated a big part of his life to paint misery, exploitation, oppression, dictature and racism. He created a panamerican portrait of social and human differences. He is considered as an expressionnist painter of social realism. Guayasamin is one of the masters of ecuadorian art, such as Eduardo Kingman, Enrique Tábara, Felix Arauz, Juan Villafuerte et Anibal Villacis.

MOLAA (Museum of Latin American Art) (The USA)
Dallas Museum of Fine Arts (The USA)
DePaul Art Museum (The USA)
Museo de Arte Moderno La Tertulia (Colombia)
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