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Vida de un Pueblo

Rodolfo Morales
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RMo-44

Rodolfo Morales (Oaxaca, Mexico)
Serigraph (25 5/8"x 19 3/4", 50 x 65cm), #68/100, 1997

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Our copy is sold, but a limited number may be available - please inquire
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Rodolfo Morales at Indigo Arts Gallery. March, 1997 (Photograph © Anthony Hart Fisher)

Biography - The guiding spirit of the Oaxaca School was Rodolfo Morales, born in 1925 in the dusty village of Ocotlan. A solitary child, he became a keen observer of the world around him, and early discovered his ability to draw. His parents sent him to study at the Academia de San Carlos in Mexico City . Upon receiving his degree he began a career of teaching art at the Escuela Nacional Preparatoria in Mexico City.