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From the Highsmith Archive: Cuba, Part 2

Posted by Laurie Frost on February 17, 2011

Of the 416 photographs of Cuba in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive at the Library of Congress, a number are images of art in public places, from amateur murals to sculpture to funerary statues. Here are some examples.

Credit line for each photograph should read: The Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division.

Mural showing the Cuban flag and Che Guevara. LC--DIG-highsm-06012

Dragones Street, in the Chinatown section of Havana, Cuba. LC-DIG-highsm-06070

Rooftop José Martí mural. LC-DIG-highsm-06081

Old Havana, Cuba. LC-DIG-highsm-060119

CDR Mural. LC-DIG-highsm-06066

Che Guevara mural. LC-DIG-highsm-06195

Old Havana. LC-DIG-highsm-06113

Little boy playing soldier pops out of sculpture in front of the Art Museum in Havana, Cuba. LC- DIG-highsm-06114

 

Bas relief details around the statue of José Martí located in the Parque Central, Havana, Cuba. LC-DIG-highsm-06096

Architectural details in the Camara de Representantes building in Havana, Cuba. LC-DIG-highsm-06326

Palacio del Centro Asturiano, Havana, Cuba. LC-DIG-highsm-06048

Camilo Cienfuegos, Fidel Castro's right-hand man and confident during the revolution, is outlined in iron on the front façade of this building on Revolution Square, Havana, Cuba. LC-DIG-highsm-06143

 

Necropolis de Colon. LC-DIG-highsm-06176

Details on the statue honoring Maceo on the Malecón in Havana, Cuba. LC-DIG-highsm-06257

El Capitolio, Havana, Cuba. LC-DIG-highsm-06410

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