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España inmortal - Lorenzo Homar's Prints

Authors: Brown, Micheal A.
Subject Keywords: Nonfiction
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: New York University. Graduate Program in Spanish & Portuguese Languages & Literatures
Citation: Micheal A. Brown, "España inmortal - Lorenzo Homar's Prints," Calabash: a Journal of Caribbean Arts and Letters 1, no. 2 (Spring-Summer 2001),
Abstract: This paper discusses printmaker Lorenzo Homar’s legacy as an artist in Puerto Rico in the 1950s. Homar’s career was largely supported by the Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña (ICP) promoting hispanicism in Puerto Rican identity as a response to the pressures of American culture. The paper discusses how the work of an influential printmaker promoted the colonial history of the island as a form of national pride.
Description: Section: Nonfiction
ISSN: 1531-6661
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Journal Title: Calabash: a Journal of Caribbean Arts and Letters
Issue: 2
Volume: 1
Appears in Collections:Volume 1, Number 2

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