Mestizo: the Art of Cesar Martinez Essay | Student Essay

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Mestizo: the Art of Cesar Martinez

Summary: Provides a detailed analysis of Cezar Martinez's painting titled Mestizo.
In Mestizo by Cezar Martinez, the heads, necks, and chests of a black bull, a man, and a spotted leopard overlap in the lower front. The bull and the leopard merge into the man from either side so that they have separate chins, mouths, and noses but partially shared cheeks and almost completely blended foreheads. The man shares his right eye with the bull and the corner of his left eye with the leopard. All five eyes are open, and the pupils stare straight ahead. The bull and the leopard each have one ear that fades into the man¡¦s forehead with the ears up, alert, and pointed forward. All three mouths lay at rest. The coal black bull sports white horns standing erect rather than pointing forward, with the horns¡¦ white repeated in the left ear of the leopard and in his muzzle...

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