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Wonderful silkscreened folk art created by Guatemalan artist Carlos Merida (1891-1984), who grew up in Mexico. .

"Carlos Merida" is printed bottom right. At the bottom of the print, it says:

Tiny unobtrusive marks on left-hand margin, otherwise this poster is in very good condition! Printed on heavyweight board.

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Sent to you flat, in an archival cello sleeve with sturdy backing. Please note that due to its thickness, this cannot be rolled in a tube.

Note to buyers outside of the US and Canada: please write me if you are interested in an estimate of shipping cost for this item.

Size: approx. 12.5" x 16"

1945 Silkscreened Folk Art Poster. Otomies. Estado de Mexico by Carlos Merida


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