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Dos Hombres En Un Paisaje

Rufino Tamayo-Dos Hombres En Un Paisaje-1977

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Dos Hombres En Un Paisaje
98 x 130 cm
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Oil and sand on canvas
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Signed and dated O-77 lower left; also signed, titled and dated on the reverse
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Provenance :
The Collection of Olga Tamayo, Mexico City; Marlborough Gallery, New York; Sale: Sotheby's, New York, Important Latin American Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, May 28, 1985, lot 80, illustrated in color; The Bernard and Edith Lewin Collection of Mexican Art; Gift from the previous to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Sale: Christie's, New York, Latin American Sale, November 17, 2009, lot 69, illustrated in color; Acquired from the previous by the present owner
Exhibition History :
Washington, D.C., The Phillips Collection, October 7-November 16, 1978; San Antonio, Marion Koogler McNay Art Institute, January 6-February 17, 1979, Rufino Tamayo: Fifty Years of His Painting, no. 63, p. 79, illustrated; Mexico City, Salon Nacional de Artes Plasticas Seccion Anual de Invitados, Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Gerzso, Merida, Tamayo, 1979, p. 144, illustrated; New York, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Rufino Tamayo: Myth and Magic, May 17- August 12, 1979, no. 112, p. 136, illustrated; London, Marlborough Fine Art, Rufino Tamayo: Recent Paintings, October 3-27, 1979, no. 14, p. 28, illustrated in color; Santa Ana, California, The Museum of Modern Art, Rufino Tamayo, September, 1987, no. 50, p. 25; Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Masterpieces from the Bernard and Edith Lewin Collection of Mexican Art, November 23, 1997-February 16, 1998, no. 27

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