Latin American Women Artists 1915-1995 Video (DVD)

Latin American Women Artists 1915-1995 Video  (DVD)
Learn about the rich history and present of Latin American female artists throughout the past century.
Item Code: FI-34714

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Product Description:
Latin America has long been a major contributor to human artistic history, but in the past century it has been Latin American female artists in particular who have really made their mark, despite not always being appreciated for it. This detailed video delves into the rich history of women artists hailing from this region from 1915 all the way up to 1995. Featuring a special exhibit showcasing such artists at the Milwaukee Art Museum, this movie covers artwork from legends like painters Maria Izquierdo and Frida Kahlo. Also included is the work of more modern artists (also primarily painters) like Soledad Salame, Fanny Sanin and Elba Damast, among many others. Learn about art that is both well known and under appreciated, and gain a better understanding of the rich culture that both drives and influences Latin American female artists even today.

Latin American Women Artists 1915-1995 (DVD)
  • Run Time: 27 Minutes
  • Copyright: 2003

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