Alfredo RODRIGUEZ, 1954 ✿

Alfredo Rodriguez is a Mexican figurative artist Known for real western figure-genre painting, Native Americans. He was born in 1954 in the small Mexican town of Tepic, Nayarit, which is located in the heart of Mexico and very close to the Huichole Indian reservation.
The protagonists of it are usually Indians, hunters, explorers, trappers, farmers, gold seekers, cowboys, animals and landscapes. Alfredo's work is impregnated with a truly amazing chromaticism, always achieving great realism and portraying splendid landscapes, recreating scenes full of life and color that give almost as much resolution as a good photograph.

Alfredo Rodríguez is considered one of the most complete painters, he is an artist in constant evolution, surpassing himself with each new work. His work is present in important museums and collections, and has been referred to in many books and publications. He is a member of the prestigious American association "Indians and Cowboy Artists", and has received awards from the most prestigious organizations. Alfredo Rodriguez established a studio in Corona, California.

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