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Luis Nishizawa - Indigena - Signed Numbered Serigraph
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Luis Nishizawa - Indigena - signed, numbered serigraph / silkscreen. 27 x 20 inches. Numbered 743 / 1000. Signed in ink lower right. Very good condition.
Luis Nishizawa Flores (born February 2, 1918 in San Mateo Ixtacalco, Mexico) is a Mexican artist. His father, Kenji Nishizawa is Japanese with origins from Nagano prefecture and his mother is Mexican. Nishizawa's artistic studies began when he was admitted to the Academy of San Carlos in 1942 and since 1951, the date of his first exhibition in the Hall of Mexican Plastic Art, he has been a tireless producer and exponent of Mexican art. His traditional approach and his reduction and simplification of forms ally him with such great landscape painters as Dr Atl, Gerardo Murillo. He also gave classes at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in 1955. Nishizawa is recognized as one of Mexico's leading landscape artists of the 20th century. He currently works and teaches in Toluca, in a late eighteenth-century house that he has converted to a studio and museum.
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