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  • Raquel Sanz

    El torero Lorenzo Garza (El Ave de las Tempestades), recibiendo la bendición de su madre antes de salir a torear, 1930 #fotografia #toros

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    Lorenzo Garza receiving his mother’s blessings before a bullfight, circa 1930 St. Ambrose wrote of this practice: "You may not be rich; you may be unable to bequeath any great possessions to your children; but one thing you can give them; the heritage of your blessing. And it is better to be blessed than to be rich."

  • Chamara Pansegrouw (Gypsy Purple)

    Lorenzo Garza (El Ave de las Tempestades), receiving his mother’s blessings before a bullfight, circa 1930 - Sam Gary

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Mother. you where the glue that held our family together. Now that you are gone we have fallen apart. I wish I knew your secret so that I could fix our broken hearts. We have lost our way and no one seems to care that once we where a family.

+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ African American Mother and her beautiful little family. I adore this portrait - it's one of my favourites!

MOMA- Woman Holding Baby Before Sculpture and Drawings on Wall] Unknown Artist Date:1900s–1910s Medium: Gelatin silver print Dimensions: 16.5 x 11.6 cm (6 1/2 x 4 9/16 in.) Classification: Photographs Credit Line: Walker Evans Archive, 1994 Accession Number: 1994.263.175