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  • A painter born in Tepic, Mexico, in 1954 This is one of the best of the best artists who painted life in the mountains. Cheaters, Indians, and the great American landscape are part of the favourite topic of Rodríguez. The work of Alfred is impregnated with a truly amazing chromatism and its design is a perfection of a series, its field of art is amazing. His work is found in major museums and collections, and reference was made to it in many books and publications. . Alfred Rodriquez
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  • Before the discovery of America, on the north of this continent there were in total about 5 million native people (inhabitants). At the end of the nineteenth century it remained less then 250,000 of them. In the same period the white population of the United States grew from 0 to 75 million. The white people usurperd the Indian territories and its people, who lived there for centuries, destroying their traditions, their way of life, and their hunting grounds by decimating the buffaloes that had been the pillars of their livelihood. The Indian people were forced to live in Indian reservations in the 1830s. The imprisonment of the Navajo people in Fort Sumner in 1864, and the indistinct murder of Wounded Knee in 1890, is an example of the savage destruction of Indian population, forcing them to adapt the " white culture". Out of many peace treaties that the white distinct governments signed with the Indian tribes, NOT one was RESPECTED.
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