Artist's description:

This is a painting I started inspired by Mexican painters like Diego Rivera and Frida. This is one of my earliest paintings. I started it in Chicago and finished it in 2002, when i was already living in Phoenix AZ. I was thinking of the struggle of women in Latin America to survive when most of them are single mothers. I could see my mother doing all kinds of odd jobs to sustain 5 kids. She cleaned houses, baby seated and sold all kind of merchandise from clothing items to food in our neighborhood corner. She was a warrior and a very strong woman to the end.

Materials used:

gesso, acrylic paint

Featured by our Editors:

  Inspired by Frida Kahlo

La vendedora (2002)


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This artwork is sold by Francisco Dominguez from United States

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