Ernesto Zepeda signed original oil painting.
Born in Honduras, Ernesto Zepeda studied sculpture at the School of Fine Arts, Tegucigalpa under reknowned Mexican sculptor Mario Zamora, and later painting at the Art Institute of Chicago and with Alexander Chidichimo.
A world traveler, Zepeda is most known for ethnic portraits, many of them based on his travels.
His work is associated with the Southwest Artists Group, and reflects Taos School mastery with his concentration on the Pueblos and Reservation life of the Southwest native peoples, together with his techniques drawing from the masters of classical modernism.
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Classic Holiday magazines featuring first class writers and photographers.
Are you looking for that perfect vintage mid-century coffee table accessory?
Well, Retro Mod has just what you need — classic Holiday magazines.
Holiday was an American travel magazine published from 1946 to 1977. Originally published by the Curtis Publishing Company, Holiday’s circulation grew to more than one-million subscribers at its height.
The magazine was famous for employing the world’s best writers, such as Graham Greene, Jack Kerouac, Arthur C. Clarke, and Truman Capote, who published his autobiographical essay Brooklyn Heights: A Personal Memoir in the magazine.
Holiday also used many leading photographers, and giving them a free hand (and a generous budget) to interpret the subject separately in whatever way they wished.
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