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Francisco Toledo – Man with Turtles, Coyote, and Woman Sewing

Francisco Toledo, Man with Turtles, Coyote, and Woman Sewing is an original Etching made circa 1980.  It is signed and numbered in pencil from the edition of 50.  Image Size: 13 3/4 x 11 inches.

Francisco Benjamín López Toledo (17 July 1940 – 5 September 2019), known as Francisco Toledo, was a Mexican Zapotec painter, sculptor, and graphic artist. In a career that spanned seven decades, Toledo produced thousands of works of art and became widely regarded as one of Mexico’s most important contemporary artists. An activist as well as an artist, he promoted the artistic culture and heritage of his home state of Oaxaca. Toledo was considered part of the Breakaway Generation of Mexican art.

Title

Man with Turtles, Coyote, and Woman Sewing

Medium

Etching

Year

c.1980

Edition

50

Signature

Signed, numbered

Size 23 x 15 (in)
58 x 38 (cm)
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Francisco Toledo, Man with Turtles, Coyote, and Woman Sewing is an original Etching made circa 1980.  It is signed and numbered in pencil from the edition of 50.  Image Size: 13 3/4 x 11 inches.

Francisco Benjamín López Toledo (17 July 1940 – 5 September 2019), known as Francisco Toledo, was a Mexican Zapotec painter, sculptor, and graphic artist. In a career that spanned seven decades, Toledo produced thousands of works of art and became widely regarded as one of Mexico’s most important contemporary artists. An activist as well as an artist, he promoted the artistic culture and heritage of his home state of Oaxaca. Toledo was considered part of the Breakaway Generation of Mexican art.

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Title

Man with Turtles, Coyote, and Woman Sewing

Medium

Etching

Year

c.1980

Edition

50

Signature

Signed, numbered

Size 23 x 15 (in)
58 x 38 (cm)
Price Price on Request