This exhibition highlights the exclusive illustrations by self-taught Peruvian Artist Pancho ‘Francisco’ Fierro.

Pancho Fierro (born 1810, Lima, Peru) was best known for his costumbrismo watercolours chronicling the types, customs and costumes of everyday life of Limeños (residents of Lima). Fierro’s free interpretation of space and proportion in his illustrations become part of a larger tradition of documenting the people and places of Latin America, a tradition in which European traveler-artists and scientists, participated.

Exhibiting on the PCC screen throughout January.

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Perth Cultural Centre Screen

Perth Cultural Centre, James Street Amphitheatre, (Bordered by Roe Street, Beaufort Street, Francis Street and William Street)

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