Macedonio and his generation were born during a transition period between two eras. First came Romanticism, with its steamboats, railroads, horses, ...
Macedonio remained in the Argentine capital for almost two years, from 1915 to 1917, surviving by engaging in the most exotic of trades, ...
In August of this year, the government of President Augusto Leguia fell and the country was submerged in a grave economic crisis...
Felipe Cossío del Pomar
- Notes on Art-
Don Quijote (Carlos Solari)
Sebastián Salazar Bondy
Interview by Manuel Jesús Orbegozo
Luis Enrique Tord
- Macedonio de la Torre, 1893 -
in Pintura Contemporánea Peruana
"I would like to dedicate this book to Adriana Romero de de la Torre, who delighted her nieces and nephews with her exquisite piano renditions of Liszt, Mozart and Chopin, and Víctor Macedonio de la Torre Romero, who provided enthusiastic and filial support for the culmination of this book."