Ana María de Martínez (May 28, 1937 in Santa Ana, El Salvador – December 17, 2012 in San Salvador, El Salvador) was a Salvadoran artist. She was the fourth child of Maruca de Avilés and Narciso Avilés and the younger sister of Salvadoran painter San Aviles (1932–1991). She admired her older brother's artwork from the time she was a young girl, anxious to follow in his footsteps; however she was unable to attend the art academy, leading her to later develop her art skills in a self-taught way. Against all odds, after raising her three boys alongside her husband (of now 50 years), she found herself artistically in her 30s where she rediscovered her love of art, developing into the renowned artist she was—having dedicated herself artistically to acrylic paintings on canvas for almost four dec

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  • Ana María de Martínez (May 28, 1937 in Santa Ana, El Salvador – December 17, 2012 in San Salvador, El Salvador) was a Salvadoran artist. She was the fourth child of Maruca de Avilés and Narciso Avilés and the younger sister of Salvadoran painter San Aviles (1932–1991). She admired her older brother's artwork from the time she was a young girl, anxious to follow in his footsteps; however she was unable to attend the art academy, leading her to later develop her art skills in a self-taught way. Against all odds, after raising her three boys alongside her husband (of now 50 years), she found herself artistically in her 30s where she rediscovered her love of art, developing into the renowned artist she was—having dedicated herself artistically to acrylic paintings on canvas for almost four decades. (en)
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  • Ana María de Martínez (May 28, 1937 in Santa Ana, El Salvador – December 17, 2012 in San Salvador, El Salvador) was a Salvadoran artist. She was the fourth child of Maruca de Avilés and Narciso Avilés and the younger sister of Salvadoran painter San Aviles (1932–1991). She admired her older brother's artwork from the time she was a young girl, anxious to follow in his footsteps; however she was unable to attend the art academy, leading her to later develop her art skills in a self-taught way. Against all odds, after raising her three boys alongside her husband (of now 50 years), she found herself artistically in her 30s where she rediscovered her love of art, developing into the renowned artist she was—having dedicated herself artistically to acrylic paintings on canvas for almost four dec (en)
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