Peruvian artist Victor Delfin depicts a colorful baby condor, the body of the bird flowing out and off to the sides into a purple rectangle. Although the bird has distinguishable features, it is by no means realistically portrayed. Between the colors and the two-dimensional rendering, the piece reads as creative folk art rather than true-to-life. Delfin finds inspiration in the Paracan culture of Peru, often choosing birds as his subjects. Created in 1979, this serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil and is unframed.
Made in Peru.
Details: Serigraph, signed and numbered in pencil. Edition: 200, AP 30. Unframed. Dimensions: 31.5 inches x 24 inches. Do not hang in direct sunlight.
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