Rina Lazo, the Guatemalan Mexican painter, got her start in the 1940s as one of Diego Rivera’s assistants. Lazo celebrated Mesoamerican cultures, especially the Mayan, and the spiritual abundance of the natural world. Via allegorical paintings, prints, and murals, she infused spirtuality with a subtle, yet rich colorful palette. She is a celebrated artist in Mexico and Guatemala.
Painting, 48 13/16 × 73 7/16in. Courtesy of Colección y Archivo de Fundación Televisa
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