EL PASO, Texas (AP) - Artist Jose Cisneros, known for his vivid depictions of the people and culture of the Southwest, has died in El Paso.
A funeral mass was scheduled Wednesday for Cisneros, who died Saturday, said Dolores Bolanos with Martin Funeral Home in El Paso.
Cisneros was 99.
Cisneros was honored with a 2001 National Humanities Medal, awarded by President George W. Bush in April 2002.
Cisneros, who was born in Durango, Mexico, was known for his
historical pen-and-ink illustrations of magazines, books and
newspapers. The University of Texas-El Paso library, according to its Web site, has more than 100 original drawings by Cisneros.
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