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    528,960
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  • José Marquez, Adam and Eve, ca. 1990
    551,699
    Price On Request
  • Lorenza Bastidas, San Isidro, 1992
    Lorenza Bastidas sculpture recalls a popular legend of the saint: San Isidro (San Isidro Labrador) is the patron saint of farmers. He is usually depicted plowing a field with a team of oxen. According to legend he was a particularly devout farm worker who was able to fulfill his daily prayers while an angel was plowing the field alongside him.
    1049,960
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  • Camilo Moreno, ca. 1990
    1084,960
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  • José Belandria (1), wood and crayon, ca. 1992
    José Belandria is known for his charming wooden figures which have been popular with collectors and museums for decades. Belandria’s trademarks are elegance of form, articulated arms, greatly over-sized hands, and finely rendered facial features. His signature is always in the palm of one hand.
    773,960
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  • José Belandria (2), wood and crayon, ca. 1992
    628,960
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  • José Belandria (3), wood and crayon, ca. 1992
    564,960
    Price On Request
  • José Belandria (4), wood and crayon, ca. 1992
    816,960
    Price On Request
  • Belandria, Close-up
    660,960
    Price On Request
  • Belandria, close-up
    708,960
    Price On Request
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Venezuelan Folk Art

 

The MARIPOSA collection includes many works by Venezuelan wood sculptors from the Merida region and elsewhere, among them the internationally exhibited folk artist José Belandria, José Marquez, Lorenza Bastidas and others. No one chronicled and celebrated Venezuelan folk art better than the Chilean-born photographer Mariano Diaz.

  

More information and pricing upon request: be.echols@gmail.com

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