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San Ysidro Drive in Bel-Air/Beverly Hills is named for a 12th c. laborer who tended the lands of the wealthy to feed his family. This portrait, from my All the Saints of the City of the Angeles series, honors one of the Latino gardeners continuing his work on his namesake Drive. An elegant 5x7 inch notecard with descriptive text on the reverse. Blank inside, it comes with matching envelope.

San Ysidro Drive (Patron Saint of Gardeners and Day Laborers)

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