Behind the Easel, An Exhibition of Pictures Painted in Nicaragua on Two Visits
30.75 in HIGH x 19.75 in WIDE
(78.10 cm HIGH x 50.16 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom right corner in pencil, "A Holdsworth 86."
Bottom left corner has "Thank you Jos!" handwritten in pencil.

Poster has a dark blue background with light pink imagery at the top. In the center is an easel with a canvas. On the canvas are two young people smiling and holding guns. Above the easel in red is "Behind the Easel." The bottom reads, "Exhibition of pictures Painted in Nicaragua on Two Visits/ by Anthony Holdsworth/ Casa de Cultura Nicaraguense Feb. 19 to Mar 24 '86/ 3021 24th St. between Harrison & Balmy Alley SF/ Gallery hours: Thurs & Fri 1PM to 5PM Sat & Sun 1PM to 6PM/ A project of Casa de Cultura Nicaraguense and Friends of Nicaraguan Culture." Oakland artist Holdsworth traveled to revolutionary Nicaragua in 1984 and 1985, and the experience convinced him that "...painting on location is one of the best ways to gain an in-depth understanding of another culture." [LMC]
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