Nov. 22, 1904 was the birthday of an exceptionally exuberant artist, Miguel Covarrubias (d. 1957) - a Mexican painter and caricaturist, who at the age of 19 moved to New York City armed with a grant from the Mexican government, tremendous talent, but very little English speaking skill. Mexican poet José Juan Tablada and New York Times critic/photographer Carl Van Vechten introduced him to New York’s literary/cultural elite and soon Covarrubias was drawing for several top magazines, eventually becoming one of Vanity Fair magazine’s premier caricaturists… (edit)
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José Juan Tablada (April 3, 1871 – August 2, 1945) was a , and, for a brief period, . A pioneer of oriental studies, and champion of Mexican art, he spent a good portion of his life outside his country. As a poet, his work spans from the style to experimentalism; he was especially an early pioneer.
|Author:||José Juan Tablada; Antonio Saborit|
|Publisher:||México, D.F. : Ediciones Cal y Arena, 2008.|
|Edition/Format:||Print book : Spanish : 1. edView all editions and formats|
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