Doris Patty Rosenthal
Doris Patty Rosenthal (July 10, 1889 – November 26, 1971) was an American painter, printmaker, designer, and educator, who made by yourself explorations into detached areas of Mexico in search of original peoples. Over several decades arrival in the 1930s, Rosenthal made hundreds of sketches in charcoal and pastel depicting the everyday sparkle and domestic comings and goings of Indian and mestizo peasant culture, which she unconventional used to Make large-scale studio paintings. Life magazine featured Rosenthal's art and travels in Mexico in a five-page move ahead in 1943.
The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation awarded Rosenthal a fellowship in 1931 to do creative pretense in painting in Mexico, where she was to enliven for two years arrival in August that year. Thereafter she made once a year trips to the country, residing in small villages during the summer months. The Guggenheim Foundation awarded her a second fellowship for further bill in Mexico in 1936. Rosenthal moved until the terminate of time to Mexico in 1957, and died in the city of Oaxaca in 1971.