Jose Orozco

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Noun1.Jose Orozco - Mexican painter noted for his monumental murals (1883-1949)
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php) publicly outed him as gay and revealed that a former boyfriend, Jose Orozco, said Babeu had threatened him.
For our cover package we turned to veteran reporters Jose Orozco in Caracas and Ruth Bradley in Santiago, Chile, to examine the growing economic ties and associated issues.
Jose Orozco, 30, of 35 Grammont Road, Worcester, faces charges of statutory rape and two counts of indecent assault and battery on a person age 14 and over.
The "muralista" movement in the early 1900s took place in Mexico and was led by such artists as Diego Rivera, David Siqueiros, and Jose Orozco.
And following the Revolution--during the 1920s--one of the greatest periods of art in the world took place, led by such artists as Diego Rivera, David Siqueiros, Jose Orozco and Rufino Tamayo.
In this revised edition, the author introduces some of Latin America's leading contemporary artists along with other prominent figures such as Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, David Siqueiros, Jose Orozco, Rufino Tamayo, and Wilfredo Lam.
The collection's final essay by Jose Orozco on the tequila master Gabriel Espindola Martinez is a wonderful mix of personal interview with the master and insight into industrial modernization in Mexico.
cities were influenced by Mexican muralists such as Diego Rivera and Jose Orozco.