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Some paintings and crafts at my home place. Algunas pinturas y artesanias que adornan mi casita.

Some paintings and crafts at my home place. Algunas pinturas y artesanias que adornan mi casita.

Pinturas y artesanias de mi casita. Paintings and crafts at my home place.

Pinturas y artesanias de mi casita. Paintings and crafts at my home place.

Painting: "Sublime Muse", by Salvadoran Artist, Mario Tevez. This art piece, is part of  my collection of paintings by Salvadoran artists, dedicated to the beauty of women that makes you wax poetic.

Painting: "Sublime Muse", by Salvadoran Artist, Mario Tevez. This art piece, is part of my collection of paintings by Salvadoran artists, dedicated to the beauty of women that makes you wax poetic.

Painting: "The Muse Angel". Artist: Salvadoran Painter, Mario Tevez. Part of my collection of paintings by Salvadoran artists, dedicated to the beauty of women and their make-you-wax-poetic spirituality.

Painting: "The Muse Angel". Artist: Salvadoran Painter, Mario Tevez. Part of my collection of paintings by Salvadoran artists, dedicated to the beauty of women and their make-you-wax-poetic spirituality.

Title: "The Musical Muse", By salvadoran Artist, Mario Tevez (Acrylic on canvas). Part of a series of paintings dedicated to the beauty of Women.

Title: "The Musical Muse", By salvadoran Artist, Mario Tevez (Acrylic on canvas). Part of a series of paintings dedicated to the beauty of Women.

CHéRI SAMBA (1956) | Samba is a painter from the Democratic Republic of Congo. A large amount of his paintings are also found in The Contemporary African Art Collection (CAAC) of Jean Pigozzi.[1] He has been invited to participate in the 2007 Venice Biennale. His paintings almost always include text in French and Lingala, commenting on life in Africa and the modern world.

CHéRI SAMBA (1956) | Samba is a painter from the Democratic Republic of Congo. A large amount of his paintings are also found in The Contemporary African Art Collection (CAAC) of Jean Pigozzi.[1] He has been invited to participate in the 2007 Venice Biennale. His paintings almost always include text in French and Lingala, commenting on life in Africa and the modern world.

Antonio Bonilla, "Ángel anarquista". Seminario Mayor San José de La montaña by CAMARO27, via Flickr

Antonio Bonilla, "Ángel anarquista". Seminario Mayor San José de La montaña by CAMARO27, via Flickr

jp mika Maman Africa, 2014, acrylic on fabric, 149 x 109 cm. Sold

jp mika Maman Africa, 2014, acrylic on fabric, 149 x 109 cm. Sold

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