Graphics

In his art, Eduardo Ibáñez has always identified with the people from the lowest layers of society in his homeland Bolivia. This means the “indians” from the Andes area, especially people from the countryside or the workers in the mines. In his pictures he shows the most typical in the persons, the inherited mythology and traditions.

The palliri is the woman who works outside the mines striking minerals and rocks to recover any metal left, very often with a child tied on her back.

Woman
Linocut
(1978) 15×10 cm.
Palliri

Linocut

 (1979) 26×20 cm.

Charangoplayer
Linocut
(1984) 16×8 cm.
Country woman
Linocut
(1979) 15×11 cm.
Always alone
Linocut
(1984) 18×11 cm.
Woman in the mine
Linocut
(1970)  Private
Imprisoned
Linocut
(1978)  12×9 cm.
The bonfire of Saint John
Linocut
(1967)  Privat eie