Translations:Beatriz González/11/en

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In 1964, González presented work for the first time in Bogotá with an exhibition on The Lacemaker by the seventeenth century Dutch painter Jan Vermeer. Her work was characterized by vivid colors, and harmonious planes and compositions. A year later in 1965 came the variations on The Girl-Montage (La niña-montaje), in which she reaffirmed her chromatic refinement. She also produced two versions of the work The Sisga Suicides (Los suicidas del Sisga)[1]from a press photograph, winning her second special jury prize in painting at the XVII National Artists’ Salon in 1965.

  1. ‘Los suicidas del sisga’ cumplen 50 años (The Sisga Suicides Turn 50)