Member of the Freemasonry Organization and Governor of Oaxaca in 1856. Benito Juarez was the 28th president of Mexico. He created the Ley Juárez (“Among individuals, as among nations, respect for the rights of others is peace") which declared all citizens be equal before the law and severely restricted the privileges of the Catholic Church. Juarez overthrew the French military from Mexico, sentencing Emperor Maximilian I to death in 1867. Juarez is known progressive reformer dedicated to democracy, equal rights for his nation's indigenous peoples, his antipathy toward organized religion, and what he regarded as defense of national sovereignty.
|MATERIAL||HQ Cotton Paper/Piezoelectric inkjet printing|
|MEASUREMENTS||21" X 15"/ 53 X 38 CM|
|ART TECHNIQUE||Graphic Art|
|FRAMING||Includes picture-framing mat. Main frame NOT included (for illustrative purposes only)|
|NOTE||All art prints are individually stamped and shipped by artist as a guarantee of authenticity|
|SHIPPING COURSE||Allow 10 days for shipping|
CREATING JOBS IN MEXICO TO KEEP FAMILIES TOGETHER