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Hilario Alejos Madrigal is a Mexican potter from a small town in the state of Michoacán, known for his “pineapple” ceramic wares. The name comes from the original form created by his mother, potter Elisa Madrigal Martinez, who created punch bowls in the shape of pineapples. Alejos Madriga’s variations include bowls, candelabras and more, with the version done in a green glaze be best known. Alejos Madrigal has won awards for his work, which is featured on the cover of large reference book Grandes Maestros del Arte Popular Mexicano by Fomento Cultural Banamex.

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  • Hilario Alejos Madrigal es un alfarero mexicano procedente de un pequeño pueblo en el estado de Michoacán, conocido por sus esculturas de piñas elaboradas en cerámica. El nombre proviene de la forma originial creada por su madre, la alfarero Elisa Madrigal Martínez, quien creó poncheras en forma de piñas. Las variaciones del trabajo de Alejo Mafrigal incluyen cuencos, candelabros y más, siendo la versión hecha en vidrio verde la más conocida. Alejo Madrigal ha ganado varios premios, los cuales aparecen en la portada de libro "Grandes Maestros del Arte Popular" de Fomento Cultural Banamex. (es)
  • Hilario Alejos Madrigal is a Mexican potter from a small town in the state of Michoacán, known for his “pineapple” ceramic wares. The name comes from the original form created by his mother, potter Elisa Madrigal Martinez, who created punch bowls in the shape of pineapples. Alejos Madriga’s variations include bowls, candelabras and more, with the version done in a green glaze be best known. Alejos Madrigal has won awards for his work, which is featured on the cover of large reference book Grandes Maestros del Arte Popular Mexicano by Fomento Cultural Banamex. (en)
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  • Hilario Alejos Madrigal es un alfarero mexicano procedente de un pequeño pueblo en el estado de Michoacán, conocido por sus esculturas de piñas elaboradas en cerámica. El nombre proviene de la forma originial creada por su madre, la alfarero Elisa Madrigal Martínez, quien creó poncheras en forma de piñas. Las variaciones del trabajo de Alejo Mafrigal incluyen cuencos, candelabros y más, siendo la versión hecha en vidrio verde la más conocida. Alejo Madrigal ha ganado varios premios, los cuales aparecen en la portada de libro "Grandes Maestros del Arte Popular" de Fomento Cultural Banamex. (es)
  • Hilario Alejos Madrigal is a Mexican potter from a small town in the state of Michoacán, known for his “pineapple” ceramic wares. The name comes from the original form created by his mother, potter Elisa Madrigal Martinez, who created punch bowls in the shape of pineapples. Alejos Madriga’s variations include bowls, candelabras and more, with the version done in a green glaze be best known. Alejos Madrigal has won awards for his work, which is featured on the cover of large reference book Grandes Maestros del Arte Popular Mexicano by Fomento Cultural Banamex. (en)
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