PRINT BY ETTORE DEGRAZIA 32" X 14.5" DEGRAZIA. framed 20 x 37". KNOWN FOR HIS COLOURFUL DEPICTIONS OF NATIVE AMERICAN SCENES IN THE SOUTHWEST. Ettore "Ted" DeGrazia (June 14, 1909 – September 17, 1982) was an American impressionist, painter, sculptor, composer, actor, director, designer, architect, jeweler, and lithographer. Described as "the world's most reproduced artist", DeGrazia is known for his colorful images of Native American children of the American Southwest and other Western scenes. DeGrazia also painted several series of exhibitions like the Papago Legends, Padre Kino, Cabeza de Vaca.