This carved wood panel of the “Three Sisters” dates from the late 1920s, possibly done by Romulo Roza, who studied and worked with Ramos Martinez in Mexico. Solid cedar.
Measures 20″ w, 32 ” high and 3.5″ deep.
Price on request.
Peña Rómulo Rozo was a sculptor and painter born in Bogotá in 1899 , who lived much of his life in Mexico and died in the city of Merida, Yucatan, in 1964. Among his works:
- — Gateway to Colombia Pavilion, in the Latin American Exhibition of Seville, 1929. Masterpiece blacksmith with pre-Hispanic motifs, which won the grand prize and the gold medal in this exhibition
- –Thought: Stone sculpture 60 cm. high. Perhaps his most famous work and is less attributed to the effect of plagiarism; image suffered in the thirties Mexico City.