Ajijic Artist, Dimitar Krustev, Crayon Drawing "Antonio-Jocotepec" 1984
Peso Priced Item. Ajijic Artist, Dimitar Krustev, Crayon Drawing, "Antonio-Jocotepec" 1984.
17 " by 23 " This was exhibited at the Posada Ajijic in 1984. The exhibition label remains, albiet in shards, on the back with the date. It is also titled on the verso.
Bulgarian-born artist and explorer, and long-time Des Moines resident, Dimitar Iliev Krustev, died Monday, February 11, 2013 in Ajijic, Jalisco (MX) at the age of 93. Emigrating to the United States at age nineteen, he became fascinated by the indigenous peoples of the Americas during his lifetime. A member of The Explorer's Club, Krustev traveled throughout Central and South America in the 1960's and 70's in order to document and paint the disappearing, indigenous peoples of the Americas. His paintings from this era reveal a deep sensibility and connection to the spirit of these endangered peoples.
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