The Vine en la Pared Blanca

The Vine en la Pared Blanca

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“Spanglish” is the term given to the combination of the Spanish and English language specifically when spoken at the same time. Spanglish first became common in Puerto Rico after it became a US territory in 1898 and the US Army tried to impose the English language on its residents, later resulting in both English and Spanish as its official languages. 

With the growth of immigration, Spanglish grew in the US. Spanglish, is essentially having to learn two languages because of living location, but not necessarily the ability to learn proper contexts. Spanglish is also part of “receptive bilingualism” which is when someone understands a second language, but doesn’t necessarily speak it. 

Usually the language a person speaks identifies their culture. The term spanglish is a becoming an identity of Mexican-Americans in the US, helping them identify with both the worlds they’re part of. 

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Specs for this print:

  • Printed in Chicago on matte rag paper (similar to watercolor paper)
  • Each print comes with a 1" border for handling.

Specs for framing

  • Each print is framed in house
  • Frames come in white wood
  • With a white matte, 2 inches on each side
  • Included is hardware needed to hang your print.
  • Framed using standard acrylic

Total Dimensions:

  • Small- 16 1/2" x 21 3/4"
  • Med- 21 3/4" & 29 3/4"
  • Large- 31 1/2" x 43 1/2"