The Artist Nicole Declared Maryse A Levy Of Schwartz, "notable Painter And Teacher Of El Salvador".

Original Language Title: DECLÁRASE A LA ARTISTA NICOLE MARYSE LEVY DE SCHWARTZ, “NOTABLE PINTORA Y MAESTRA DE EL SALVADOR”.

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1 DECREE No. 273

THE LEGISLATURE OF THE REPUBLIC OF EL SALVADOR, CONSIDERING
:
I.- in accordance with Article 131 Ordinal 22 of the Constitution of the Republic, it is power to this body of State
grant to individuals or populations, titles, honors and rewards, consistent with the form of government established by relevant services to the country.
II.- Article 6, paragraph c) of the Act Honorary Distinctions, Awards and Titles, states that honors and Distinguished Merit or Distinction, in order of relevance, may be granted to Salvadorans || | or foreign residents, when services or contributions that have been provided to the country, are related to the dissemination and use of science, art, culture, education and sport or any other form of service
altruistic or collective; in such a way that represents an undeniable benefit to the Salvadoran State or its inhabitants.
III.- That the featured artist painter Maryse Nicole Levy Schwartz, originally from
Paris, France, and Salvadoran national, arrived in his twenties to our country and began studying painting in the City of San Salvador, at the Academy of drawing and Painting "Valero Lecha" in the sixties and then studied
drawing with the master sculptor Benjamin Saul also worked with teachers Enrique Aberle, Johan Anderson and Victor Manuel Rodriguez.
IV.- That the work of Levy Maryse Nicole Schwartz is confined within a poetic universe, and sensitivity unprecedented proposal breathing which tries realize their own dreams to speak of happiness to be
she finds in painting; however their creations do not mean a mark against the real, but they embody unambiguously, the translation of a colorful world of whispers and gentle movements captured in the most heterogeneous geographical
corners, especially in our land.
V. Levy Maryse Nicole Schwartz has helped to enrich the Salvadoran cultural and heritage
expositor of our identity is universally, as has been highlighted as one of the most outstanding contemporary artists, being within their achievements more important: the Academy Award
Port Royal in 1990, First Prize Hall of Drawing and Painting Water in the "Grand Palais de Paris" in 2002; the Senate of the Republic of France awarded him the Medal of "meritorious Artist" in 2012;
also participated as a representative of El Salvador in the important "Biennials in Paris" in France in 1993 and Sao Paulo, Brazil in 1994, as well as famous events: Salon d'Automne in Paris, France; Hall of French Artists in Paris, France; Salon "Dalben", France; Hall of "Painting and Drawing Water"

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in Paris, France; "Hall of Modern Art of Latin America and the Caribbean at UNESCO" in Paris, France; and "Abbey Piemontres", Lorraine, France, among others
.
VI.- By virtue of the aforementioned merits, it is appropriate to grant
Honorary Distinction "NOTABLE PAINTER AND TEACHER OF EL SALVADOR" the artist Maryse Nicole Levy Schwartz, under their valuable contributions in the cultural field in our country.
THEREFORE,
in exercise of its constitutional powers and initiative of Congresswoman Lorena Peña Guadalupe Mendoza. DECREES
:
Art. 1. hereby declared to the artist Maryse Nicole Levy Schwartz, "NOTABLE
PAINTER AND TEACHER OF EL SALVADOR" under their valuable contributions in the cultural field in our country.
Art. 2. This Decree shall enter into force eight days after its publication in the Official Journal.
GIVEN IN THE BLUE ROOM OF THE LEGISLATIVE PALACE: San Salvador, on the eleventh day of February of the year two thousand and sixteen.
LORENA GUADALUPE MENDOZA PEÑA, PRESIDENT.
GUILLERMO ANTONIO NAVARRETE GALLEGOS Ana Vilma Albanez de Escobar, FIRST VICE. SECOND VICE PRESIDENT.
ORANTES SERAFIN JOSE RODRIGUEZ, NORMAN NOEL GONZALEZ Quijano, THIRD VICE. FOURTH VICE.
SANTIAGO FLORES ALFARO, FIFTH VICE.
GUILLERMO FRANCISCO MATA BENNETT, DAVID ERNESTO MOLINA REYES, First Secretary. Second Secretary.
MARIO ALBERTO GUERRERO TENORIO, REYNALDO ANTONIO LOPEZ Cardoza Third Secretary. Fourth secretary.
JACKELINE AVALOS NOEMI RIVERA, JORGE ALBERTO ESCOBAR BERNAL, QUINTA Secretariat. SIXTH SECRETARY.

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ABILIO Orestes MENJIVAR RODRIGUEZ, JOSE FRANCISCO LOPEZ MERINO, seventh Secretary. EIGHTH SECRETARY.

PRESIDENTIAL HOUSE: San Salvador, at twenty days of February, two thousand
sixteen.
PUBLISHED,
Salvador Sanchez Ceren, President of the Republic.
Ramon Aristides Valencia Arana,
Minister of Interior and Territorial Development.
OJ No. 36 Volume No. 410 Date: February 22, 2016
SP / Adar 03/16/2016
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