Olga Albizu  

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Olga Albizu (1924–2005) was an abstract expressionist painter from Ponce, Puerto Rico. Albizu Rosaly was the first woman dedicated to abstraction in Puerto Rico.


Her works have been used in the artwork of various record covers, including a number of albums by Stan Getz.

Stan Getz:

Bill Evans:

Alibizu's work was included in the Smithsonian American Art Museum's 2013 exhibit, "Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art," and her work, "Radiante" (1967), is part of the collection and was used as one of several new banners at the entrance to the Museum in 2017.

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