LandscapeWatercolor on paperSigned l/l, dated 1966.24 34in. x 18 1/2in (63cm. x 47cm)Framed: 32in. x 27in. (81cm. x 68cm)Alfredo Zalce Torres was a Mexican artist and contemporary of Diego Rivera and, David Siqueiros "I imagine that the artist's mission is to teach people how to see what they don't see," Zalce once reflected, "to teach them the world from different points of view, not least the social and the broadly human." Working in the social realist tradition of the Mexican School, Zalce is renowned for the expressive humanity of his murals. A member of the Communist Party, he remained committed to the ideals and goals of the Mexican Revolution--particularly, to the plight of the rural worker--throughout his career..
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