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Rodolpho Nieto (Oaxacan)
Born 1936, in Oaxaca, Mexico — Died 1985, in Mexico City, Mexico
Rodolfo Nieto was an important painter of the Oaxacan School in Mexico. Noise and melody, the human figure and graphic line, expression and invention, reality and fiction are all interwoven in Nieto's canvases. He was part of the Generación de la Ruptura and has been related to the School of Oaxaca, with works based on the myths and legends of the state. Nieto worked in diverse techniques such as pencil, pastel, oil, mixed media and graphics. His work is semi-abstract within the realm of magical realism.
Rodolpho Nieto paintings and prints are represented in art collections internationally. Recent interest in collecting art by Latin American artists has stimulated the need for Nieto’s works.