Nicaragua Exposicion y Venta de Artesanias Nicaraguenses a Beneficio de la Alfabetizacion de Nicaragua [Exposition and sale of Nicaraguan crafts to benefit Nicaraguan literacy efforts]
23.25 in HIGH x 16.5 in WIDE
(59.05 cm HIGH x 41.91 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Lower right corner has: "beltr�n"

Top of the poster has the text: " 'Desde nuestras raices, nuestras artesanias' / Nicaragua / Exposici�n y Venta de / Artesan�as Nicarag�enses / a Beneficio de la Alfabeti- / zaci�n de Nicaragua". Below is a drawing of two human figures. Both are shown in brightly colored, ornate attire on a pale green background. The firgure on the left is holding a shepherd's crook in his right hand and a rattle in his left. He is wearing a large orange scarf tied in a bow at his neck and a large green and red hat. The figure on the right is wearing a blue and black horse mask with multi-colored flowers. At the bottom edge the poster has the text: "Museo Nacional De Artes e Industrias Populares / Av. Ju�rez 44 17 Julio 1980 18 Hrs M_xico I, D.F. / Instituto Indigenista Interamericano / Instituto Nacional Indigenista". Alberto Beltr�n (1923-2002) was a Mexican graphic artist who worked with the Taller de Grafica Popular, not to be confused with Cuban graphic artist F_lix Alberto Beltr�n Concepci�n (born 1938) currently living in Mexico. [LMC]

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