Author: Ignacio Gutiérrez Zaldívar
Publication date: 1996
Synopsis: This book is dedicated to Florencio Molina Campos (1891 – 1959), a man who loved country life and liked the agricultural and livestock activity. Yet, in 1926, he was given a stand to exhibit what he modestly called “caricatures”. Later on, in the course of 12 years and through the calendars of Alpargatas, with 18 million copies, he became the painter of the people. With a high sense of humor, he is undoubtedly the artist that had best depicted the man of the provinces of Argentina.