María Antonia Ordóñez


María Antonia Ordóñez is a Cuban Puerto Rican artist who lives in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. She studied art at the University of Puerto Rico, The Art Student’s League, The School of Fine Arts of Puerto Rico, and Casa Candina. Ordóñez has been showing her work nationally and internationally since 1980. She has illustrated many children’s books, among them “The Red Comb”, by Fernando Picó, and “La cucarachita Martina”, versions of Rosario Ferré and of Carmen Rivera Izcoa.

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Beba and Little Sister Island/Beba y la Isla Nena

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