A Henequén worker, from 'Estampas de Yucatan' (1946)

Alfredo Zalce Mexican
Publisher La Estampa Mexicana Mexican
Printer José Sánchez Mexican

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'A Henequén worker' is one of eight prints from 'Estampas de Yucatan' (1946). The portfolio has a Prologue written by Jean Charlot in both Spanish and English. All eight lithographs are signed and dated (1945) by Zalce and they were printed by José Sánchez in the workshop of the Taller de Grafica Popular (Fine Arts division). The edition was limited to 100 copies. The number of this copy is not recorded in the space provided for this information on the inside cover. The prints are housed in the original purple buckram casing with the letterpress Prologue forming the first sheet.

A Henequén worker, from 'Estampas de Yucatan' (1946), Alfredo Zalce (Mexican, Pátzcuaro, Michoacán 1908–2003 Morelia), Lithograph

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