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the living face of the Liberator Simón Bolívar

Popular News Agency. Caracas .- A hyper photograph of Simon Bolivar, leader of the South American independence revolution, died in 1830, was published on Thursday 06 May at the alternative means Aporrea news and opinion.

The portrait is the brainchild of Venezuelan artist Omar Cruz, and shows a live Bolívar, with curly hair and some mestizo, staring with his brown eyes.

In a large interview Aporrea portal , Omar Cruz said the work is a "kind of picture" drawn programs of computer graphics. Basically, is "based on the face of the Liberator, which captured the Peruvian painter José Gil de Castro, on which it would say to Simon Bolivar General Sir Robert Wilson: 'I take the liberty to address to you a portrait of me done in Lima with the greatest accuracy and likeness, "explained the artist Bolivar.

"I've always wondered what it would be if suddenly appeared a real picture of Bolivar, I'm sure it would drop many myths about the different faces that have sold us falsely, one the of the Plaza Bolivar in Caracas, whose head Horses nothing to do with reality, "says Omar Cruz irreverent.

The work is a tribute to the author's part of the Bicentennial of the Independence of South America from English rule and wants to show Simon Bolivar with a real image.


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