Hidden in Greenwich Village, Manhattan, is a modernist mural painting that stands as a testament to one of the essential artistic vanguards of the 20th century, Latin American muralism.
You may have heard of at least two of the most remarkable Mexicans artists of this wave, Diego Rivera and Jose Clemente Orozco. However, in the southern part of the continent, there was another genius: an Ecuadorian artist, and later a New Yorker, named Camilo Egas.
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