58. Amelia Peláez (Cuban, 1896-1968)

clockwise from top
      1. Mujer hindúoil on canvas, Artnet
      2. Bandeja con frutas (Sandia), 1941, oil on canvas, Pérez Art Museum Miami
      3. Chrysantemuns
, 1930, oil on canvas, Latin Art Core Gallery
      4. Marpacífico (Hibiscus), 1936, oil on canvas, Pérez Art Museum Miami
      5. Naturaleza muerta con teteratempera on paper mounted on board, Sotheby's
      6. Mujer en el Balcon, 1964, gouache on paper, Latin Art Core Gallery
      7. The Card Game
, 1936, pencil on paper, MoMA
      8. Fishes, 1943, oil on canvas, MoMA
Amelia Peláez on Wikipedia
More work by Amelia Peláez on Artsy
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Sue82 said…
Such variety of technique!
365WomenArtists said…
Yes! Her style changed so much over the course of her career.

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