(Cuba, 1902 - 1982)

Wifredo Lam is a major figurative artist, responsible for introducing the expressive force of Afro-Caribbean spiritual traditions into modern painting. Lam's fascination with voodoo, trance states, and the rituals of spiritual transformation, adds a new poetic dimension to the iconography of Surrealism.

Interlude Marseille, 1940
Ink and pencil on paper, 8 1/2 x 6 1/2

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