Orozco


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O·roz·co

 (ō-rōz′kō, -rōs′-), José Clemente 1883-1949.
Mexican painter noted for his frescoes dealing with political and social themes.
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Orozco

(Spanish oˈrɔθko)
n
(Biography) José Clemente (xoˈse kleˈmente). 1883–1949, Mexican painter, noted for his monumental humanistic murals
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O•roz•co

(ɔˈrɔs koʊ)

n.
José Clemente, 1883–1949, Mexican painter.
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