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Templeton, Rini aka Lucille Corinne Templeton, foreword by John Nichols

El arte de Rini Templeton: donde hay vida y lucha / The art of Rini Templeton, where there is life and struggle

Centro de Documentacion Grafica Rini Templeton / The Real Comet Press, Mexico, D. F. / Seattle. 1988, 262p., 11x8.25 inches landscape format, profusely illustrated with b&w figures and color plates, reproducing the artist's works, texts in Spanish and English, introduction and foreword, very good first edition trade paperback monograph in pictorial wraps. Posthumous collection of the activist/artist's works which were created for marches, rallies and strikes. She was an editor of The Chicago Maroon which was blacklisted by McCarthy and co-edited El Crepúsculo with Edward Abbey. Most of her work was in support of Latin American workers in Cuba and Nicaragua

Cat.No: 203637

Price: $20.00

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