María Félix, the accomplished Mexican film actress who was known for defying stereotypes and famously turning down Hollywood roles, would have turned 104 years-old on Sunday, April 8, 2018. The Mexican star, who died in April 8,2002 at age 87, acted in more than 47 films in her lifetime and was a muse to famous artists and writers like Diego Rivera and Jean Cocteau. Renown Mexican paintor Sylvia Pardo created a six panel series that went missing after the diva's death.The missing paintings were found and recovered in perfect condition. They are now part of the Maria Felix Foundation. The foundation is in a traveling tour visiting different museums around the country in 2018. The first stop of the traveling exhibition: The "Northeastern Museum" located in Maria Felix's native Monterrey in the State of Nuevo Leon, Mexico.