Cuban art is influenced by European, North American and African tradition. In the early 20th century artists moved to embrace the heritage of their land and reflect their political beliefs in their art. The poor guajiros (peasants) became a symbol of national identity.
Exploring this gallery you will discover:
• The influence Picasso, Gauguin and Matisse
• The role history plays in art
• The pride of Cuban heritage
This gallery is designed for Spanish language students but may also be useful for history and art students.