Tomás Chávez Morado: escultor

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Ediciones de la Rana, Jan 1, 2003 - Art - 107 pages
A general retrospective study on the life and work of artist Chávez Morado (b. Mexico) mainly presenting sculptures from the family private collection. Chávez Morado was a dedicated artist, academic and family man that created large and small format sculptures using a variety of materials: bronze, ceramics, plastic, wood and stone, painted gypsum and enamel. He was the author of the central fountain in Mexico City's Museo de Antropologa and other monumental sculptures, as well as brother of painter José Chávez Morado.

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