Frasconi became interested in the plight of migrant Mexican farm workers. Between 1948 and 1953 he issued a series of images documenting their backbreaking work. When the United Farm Workers were organized in the 1960s, Frasconi designed their logo. He has also done illustrations and covers for dozens of books, including children's books.
Artform: PAINTING, DRAWING AND GRAPHIC ARTS, 20th and 21st Centuries
Artist: Frasconi, Antonio
Artist Dates: 1919-2013
Country/Culture: Argentina / United States
Period: 20th century
Medium: color woodcut
Subject: Figure, Male
Style: Social Realism
Museum: Cleveland Museum of Art
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