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Alfredo de Batuc

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Nationality  Mexican
Name  Alfredo Batuc
Known for  Painting, Mural

Alfredo de Batuc
Born  July 29, 1950 (1950-07-29) Batuc, Sonora, Mexico

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Alfredo de Batuc is a Los Angeles artist. He was born in Mexico (1950.)


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A painter in the representational manner. Metaphor and allegory figure prominently in his oeuvre. His works are layered with multiple meanings — philosophical, political, spiritual and erotic — frequently offered in a satirical vein with a wicked sense of humor or playful irreverence. A recurrent motif in de Batuc’s work is the Los Angeles City Hall, presenting this tall narrow structure in ways that invite political, social or even ribald interpretations.

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Formally de Batuc is concerned with texture, space, and chiaroscuro. His works have a strong sense of composition, and his application of paint results in a consistently rich and complex surface.

His most popularly known work is a street mural in Hollywood that pays homage to Dolores Del Río one of the golden age of filmdom's most acclaimed beauties.

In 2005 Alfredo de Batuc was stricken with a severe case of Guillain–Barré syndrome which has kept him from active life since, and from which he is slowly recovering.

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