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Victoria Montesinos, Original Oil Painting on Canvas (30" x 40"), Hand Signed with Letter of Authenticity. Retail $8,000.00
Item #251921

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Dimensions
30 x 40
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This is an original oil painting on canvas by Victoria Montesinos, hand signed by the artist. Includes Letter of Authenticity. Measures approx. 30" x 40" (image).
 
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Victoria Montesinos was born in Mexico City to a renowned Mexican movie director Fernando A. Rivero. By 1983 she relocated from Mexico to the U.S. to create lithographs after she was contracted by one of the largest galleries in the U.S. While Montesinos was working in New York she had the opportunity to work with acclaimed surrealist painter Leonora Carrington, which was highly educational for her. Despite her success in the United States, Montesinos made a decision to return to Mexico. While home her style evolved to include oil paintings and serigraphs on textile. When she returned to the U.S. in the 90’s she made a decision to paint flowers primarily. “I really wanted to explore and go inside their world, find all the textures, layers and passages of just one flower. They are small universes and I feel captured by their beauty. Flowers are an incredible way for nature to show the infinity of existing colors.”

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