Alfredo de Batuc
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|Alfredo de Batuc|
Venice , CA 2002
July 29, 1950|
Batuc, Sonora, Mexico
|Known for||Painting, Muralist|
Alfredo de Batuc (July 29, 1950) is a Mexican born American painter, currently living in Los Angeles, California. His work is influenced by the realistic style of such masters as René Magritte, Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo. He is also influenced by the Surrealism Movement. A Mexican film lover, he is the author of a mural depicting famous Mexican star Dolores del Rio painted on the east side of Hudson Avenue just north of Hollywood Boulevard.
- "Alfredo de Batuc". Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles. Retrieved 19 August 2010.
- Official website
- Alfredo de Batuc Benefit Art Sale: Press release containing further biographical information
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