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Selected prints by one of Mexico's most regarded artists of the twentieth-century.

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Mexican master Rufino Tamayo is regarded as one of the most important painters of twentieth century Latin America. Tamayo was also an extraordinary graphic artist.

Between 1925 and his death in 1991, Tamayo produced over 350 graphic works. Tamayo’s greatest period of graphic production, many would argue his most important, began in the mid 1970’s. During this period, Tamayo discovered new …

Mexican master Rufino Tamayo is regarded as one of the most important painters of twentieth century Latin America. Tamayo was also an extraordinary graphic artist.

Between 1925 and his death in 1991, Tamayo produced over 350 graphic works. Tamayo’s greatest period of graphic production, many would argue his most important, began in the mid 1970’s. During this period, Tamayo discovered new techniques with which to convey the expressive power of texture and color. Over the next two decades, Tamayo produced many of his finest graphic works. These works form the body of the current exhibition.

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