La Boca has a particular architecture , houses of wood and veneer , both with iron balconies that have been preserved through the streets of the neighborhood. The colors of the houses represent an endless variety that comes from the leftover paint that sailors brought to their homes, as the paint was expensive , and the small amount to paint the entire house the same color, profited to the last drop therefore , is first painted the frames until it is exhausted , then move to the walls and paint far reached. In addition , horizontal lines were and are a feature of La Boca , long overlapping planks in the wooden houses and the groove of the sheets. In this neighborhood of artists emerged and infinities and cultural expressions of all kinds arise . One of the greatest artistic references of La Boca was the painter Quinquela . This extraordinary artist was not an extensive and rigorous academic training , studied drawing and painting with the Italian maestro Alfredo Lazzari , who was his only teacher , but had a great virtue , painted their environment, their environment, their neighborhood , who knew the perfection. Thus, did honor to say, I 'll paint your town and universal.
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