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Luis Jimenez

Owl (From Progress II), 1980

Fiberglass
18 3/4 × 38 × 25 in
47.6 × 96.5 × 63.5 cm
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New York
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Luis Jimenez
Mexican-American , 1940–2006
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Steeped in the culture of his native Texas and Mexican heritage, Luis Jimenez’s massive, …

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Steeped in the culture of his native Texas and Mexican heritage, Luis Jimenez’s massive, neon-colored, fiberglass sculptures provocatively depict cowboys, barrio workers, and Native American and Hispanic dancers. His best known work, Man on Fire (1969), is a figure engulfed in flames; it was dually based on the Aztec …

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Mexican-American , 1940–2006
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Steeped in the culture of his native Texas and Mexican heritage, Luis Jimenez’s massive, …

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Steeped in the culture of his native Texas and Mexican heritage, Luis Jimenez’s massive, neon-colored, fiberglass sculptures provocatively depict cowboys, barrio workers, and Native American and Hispanic dancers. His best known work, Man on Fire (1969), is a figure engulfed in flames; it was dually based on the Aztec …

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Luis Jimenez

Owl (From Progress II), 1980

Fiberglass
18 3/4 × 38 × 25 in
47.6 × 96.5 × 63.5 cm
Contact For Price
location
New York
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