Latino Art For Sale: Birth of the Mestizo Warrior ©

Title: The birth of the Mestizo Warrior
Type: Oil on Canvas 
Year Painted: 1989
Dimensions: L 58.25” (148cm) W 44.26” (112.5cm)
Price: $10,000 - Also available in prints and memorabilia

Buy Original Artwork
tblsep  Buy Prints and Memorabilia cart

Runner up in the "Clemente Orozco" exhibition in Guadalajara Mexico in 1989. 

Mestizo Warrior in a tattoo parlor where he paints Mexican history all over his body and sees other reflections of his own history around him.  On one side the Mestizo Indian culture of the Aztecs and Mayan comes into contact with the Conquistador (his pregnant mother, corn, Conquistador).  He is the birth of the Mestizo Warrior - a mix of native indigenous culture and Conquistador).  His chest reflects the Aztec Calendar and its decimation by Hernán Cortés and his men.  The legend of the Tenochtitlan - where the Golden Eagle perched on a cactus meets the snake (Mexican Coat of Arms) on his right shoulder - the triumph of good over evil in local mythology.  Tattooed on his thigh is his mother giving birth to him under a cross while looking up at Jesus (on his arm), which reflects Christendom’s imposition on the natives by the Spaniards.

Ealy Mays' Latino art gallery featuring Mexican stories and history in art, Bullfighting in art, Mestizo artworks, prints, posters, and other Latino artistic memorabilia

Ealy Mays

6 rue Christine 
75006 Paris

USA Contact: 
Paul Sinclair      

+ (1) 347 399 0860


Welcome to Ealy Mays Artworks

Celebration of over 150 years of Black Literary and Artistic development in Paris

Here you will find the works of one of the most prolific African American artists. Based in Paris, France, this selection includes current masterpieces as well retrospectives from a body of over 30 years as an ethnic artist painting in the United States, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Europe. Your choice of paintings, prints, posters, postcards, puzzles, memorabilia, T-shirts, collectibles, accessories,and more, is only a click away. Read more

It is the spectator and not life, that really mirrors art”  The Picture of Dorian Gray …Oscar Wilde

Newsletter Signup

Stay informed on our latest news, exhibits,events and more

Not Enough. Want to stay informed? Follow me now...