Graciela Rodo Boulanger is a contemporary Bolivian painter celebrated for her stylized depictions of children. At times reminiscent of Fernando Botero, her paintings are characterized by their multiple, round-faced figures engaged in everyday activities, often rendered against a muddy background with a primary color scheme. Born in La Paz, Bolivia in 1935, Boulanger has enjoyed success within the realm of International politics, with her work being featured in the hall of the UN General Assembly, receiving a commission to design the International Year of the Child poster for UNICEF in 1979, and having her painting featured on a stamp by the World Federation of the UN Associations in 1993.
This rare original oil on canvas created by the artist in 1969, will not be available for long. Treat yourself to an important modern master today.