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Serigraph depicting young mulatto girl with vertical lines dress and decorated white lace facing forward with her arms crossed. Her hairstyle shows the braided style with ribbons and hooks, typical of the Dominican-Caribbean afro-descendant tradition. Both his body posture and facial expression denote serenity and calm. Behind it, an opening in the shape of a window of possible Arabic style shows a landscape that looks out on the mountainous horizon and the light of day. In the lower right, above the window, occupying a second plane, is what appears to be a green apple.

Additional note:

La serigraphy, '' silk screen '', '' screen printing '' or '' silk template '', as referred to by Michel Caza, is a printing technique that consists in recording images by means of a silk or fabric screen metallic

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