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Collaborators W. L贸pez D. Granados


W. L贸pez Born in the second half of the XX century on the northern part of a tropical country known around the world for its hard working people, W. L贸pez has inherited the warmth of a whole civilization that inhabited El Salvador long before the colonization. W. L贸pez first contact with literature was at the age of 5 when his uncle Sam, a prolific writer, bought him his first book. Being Spanish his native language, L贸pez developed his foreign language skills from his extensive reading. He read the classics and then moved on to a more sophisticated and unique stage when he read dozens of entire libraries in both Spanish and English.


D. Granados From the few female names that El Salvador has ever repeated in artistic circles, D. Granados is one of the more widely used and cited. Her work has been translated into several languages including English, French, German, Italian, and Greek. D. Granados has always been a prolific writer and painter. She started writing poetry and short stories at the age of 5 when her schoolteacher gave them an assignment for mother’s day. Since then, she has been writing for newspapers and specialized magazines in several countries.


If you observe this painting carefully you will see a lot of details that we can point about the painter, and one of them is the creativity and accuracy which the painting was drawn.

I can start telling you that it is not a colorful painting and that make it more interesting. The painter used soft color only, like green, black and gray to give to the painting a nice style.We can also appreciate a piece of land in the middle of a river like an island which is cover for different kind of plants, maybe flowers and grass. This island has at the center, and old house, which is made of wood, part of the roof is

wood and also tile. The walls look like mud and wood too. It is a second floor house but at the back we have another house which seem to be stuck together. Alongside the house, it has some trees which cover part of the back house roof.

The house has an access to the river going through the courtyard by somes ladders. After walking some meters we get to the river where there is canoe which is the only way to get there and get out. The canoe is made of wood and it is anchored to a trunk and into the canoe a oar which is used to row the canoe. There is a lot of vegetation around the river, trees and mountain that make of the painting a beautiful landscape.


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n this painting I can see how the Warrior is in a forest sitting on a rock, he is wearing a colorful cap made of bird feathers, a red sandals, a necklace made of white fangs, on the right side of his shoulder the Indian has a red scarf that is tied, in his right ear he has a long earring and he is carrying a bag with arrows. He has his right hand on the stone and with his left hand is holding the neck of a woman who has her eyes closed. The woman has a white headband in her brown and long hair. She is wearing a white dress and has a brown necklace. The woman has in her hands a small deer and around her feet is a dead eagle .they were probably warriors and Indian wife died in the battle, the warrior looks sad when is holding the woman in his arms.


If you observe this painting carefully you will see a lot of details that we can point about the painter, and one of them is the creativity and accuracy which the painting was drawn.

I can start telling you that it is not a colorful painting and that make it more interesting. The painter used soft color only, like green, black and gray to give to the painting a nice style.We can also appreciate a piece of land in the middle of a river like an island which is cover for different kind of plants, maybe flowers and grass. This island has at the center, and old house, which is made of wood, part of the roof is wood and also tile. The walls look like mud and wood too. It is a second floor house but at the back we have another house which seem to be stuck together. Alongside the house, it has some trees which cover part of the back house roof.

The house has an access to the river going through the courtyard by somes ladders. After walking some meters we get to the river where there is canoe which is the only way to get there and get out. The canoe is made of wood and it is anchored to a trunk and into the canoe a oar which is used to row the canoe. There is a lot of vegetation around the river, trees and mountain that make of the painting a beautiful landscape.


Composition ii the collection