Angel Botello

Angel Botello (1913 –1986) was a Spanish-Puerto Rican painter, sculptor and graphic artist. He was dubbed “The Caribbean Gauguin” for his use of bold colors and depictions of island life. Botello is considered one of the greatest Latin American post-modern artists and recognition and demand for his artwork continues to grow today, fetching unprecedented auction prices.

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