Manuel Rodriguez Lozano
(1896 - 1971)
Manuel Rodriguez Lozano was active/lived in Mexico, United States. Manuel Rodriguez Lozano is known for grim expressioned portrait and figure easel and mural painting, teaching.
Biography Manuel Rodriguez Lozano
Manuel Rodríguez Lozano was a Mexican painter, known for his
“melancholy” depiction of Mexico rather than the more dominant political
or festive one of the Mexican muralism movement. This is especially
true of his “white stage,” which is marked by cold colors and tragic
scenes focusing on human figures which are skeletal or ghost-like. His
work influenced Mexican films such as La perla.
Rodríguez Lozano was born in Mexico City, with his birth year placed
between 1894 and 1897. He was from a wealthy family, the son of Manuel
Z. Rodríguez and Sara Lozano, who were interested in art and music and
entertained visitors such as poet Amado Nervo.
When he was
eleven, he enlisted in the military servic
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