Illustrations for The Hungry Moon: Mexican Nursery Tales (1946) by the Guatemalan artist Carlos Mérida (1891–1984)

"Night into the well" - Illustration by the Guatemalan artist Carlos Mérida for "The Hungry Moon: Mexican Nursery Tales" by Patricia Fent Ross

Carlos Mérida (1891-1984) de origen guatelmateco, recreo en nuestro país procedimientos racionales derivados del neoplasticismo de Piet Mondrain para enriquecerlos con elementos de la mitología maya. Revitaliza la técnica del mosaico veneciano y a la para de de proponer innovaciones técnicas es pionero del programa de integración plástica que consolida la arquitectura funcionalista en México trabajando con importantes arquitectos como Mario Pani y Enrique del Moral.

Carlos Mérida (1891-1984) de origen guatelmateco, recreo en nuestro país procedimientos racionales derivados del neoplasticismo de Piet Mondrain para enriquecerlos con elementos de la mitología maya. Revitaliza la técnica del mosaico veneciano y a la para de de proponer innovaciones técnicas es pionero del programa de integración plástica que consolida la arquitectura funcionalista en México trabajando con importantes arquitectos como Mario Pani y Enrique del Moral.

Illustrations for The Hungry Moon: Mexican Nursery Tales (1946) by the Guatemalan artist Carlos Mérida (1891–1984)

Illustrations for The Hungry Moon: Mexican Nursery Tales by the Guatemalan artist Carlos Mérida. Love the illustration and the colour combination!

Me late machín el arte de Carlos Merida

Mexican Costume Series Carlos Mérida color silkscreens 1941 16 x Collection OAS Art Museum of the Americas - - visit www.

El Verano - Carlos Merida

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Illustrations for The Hungry Moon: Mexican Nursery Tales (1946) by the Guatemalan artist Carlos Mérida (1891–1984).

Illustrations for The Hungry Moon: Mexican Nursery Tales by the Guatemalan artist Carlos Mérida Via 50 Watts

Illustrations for The Hungry Moon: Mexican Nursery Tales (1946) by the Guatemalan artist Carlos Mérida (1891–1984)

Illustrations for The Hungry Moon: Mexican Nursery Tales by the Guatemalan artist Carlos Mérida Via 50 Watts

"Dances of Mexico," a portfolio of 10 lithographs by Carlos Mérida (1939)

Carlos Mérida Dances of Mexico,“ a portfolio of 10 lithographs, 1939 Bio from wikipedia: “Carlos Mérida – was a Guatemalan artist who was one of the first to fuse European modern painting.

El Náhuatl - Carlos Merida (1891-1994) was a Guatemalan/Mexican artists who was one of the first to fuse European modern painting to Latin American themes, especially those related to Guatemala and Mexico. He was part of the Mexican muralism movement in subject matter but less so in style, favoring a non-figurative and later geometric style rather than a figurative, narrative style.

El Náhuatl - Carlos Merida (1891-1994) was a Guatemalan/Mexican artists who was one of the first to fuse European modern painting to Latin American themes, especially those related to Guatemala and Mexico. He was part of the Mexican muralism movement in subject matter but less so in style, favoring a non-figurative and later geometric style rather than a figurative, narrative style.

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