La Viajera (The Traveller), 1926. Camilo Mori Serrano (1896-1973).
Serrano was a painter and a founder of the Grupo Montparnasse.
For his contribution to Chilean art, in 1950 he received the National Prize of Art. His work was complex and multifacetic and moved through postimpressionism, expressionism, cubism and surrealism, with the common trend among them being a prominent treatment of color.
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” – St. Augustine