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Paisaje Del Paricutin (Volcan En Erupcion) [Landscape Of El Paricutin]

Rufino Tamayo-Paisaje Del Paricutin (Volcan En Erupcion) [Landscape Of El Paricutin]-1947

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Paisaje Del Paricutin (Volcan En Erupcion) [Landscape Of El Paricutin]
76.5 x 102 cm
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Oil and sand on canvas
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Signed Tamayo and dated 47 (lower right)
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Provenance :
M. Knoedler & Co., Inc., New York; Charles Bolles Rogers, Minneapolis, Minnesota (acquired from the previous) ; Minneapolis Museum of Art, Minneapolis, Minnesota (acquired from the previous); Galerias Iturbide, Mexico City (acquired from the previous); Acquired from the previous in 1971
Exhibition History :
Mexico City, Galeria de Arte Mexicano, Tamayo: Diez oleos y seis dibujos, 1947, no. 9; New York, M. Knoedler & Co., Tamayo, 1950, no. 14 (titled Volcano in Eruption); Dallas, The Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Three Contemporary Mexican Painters, 1948, no. 6 (titled Paricutin); Buenos Aires, Instituto de Arte Moderno, Rufino Tamayo: Pinturas y Litografias, 1951, no. 13, illustrated in the catalogue; Chicago, The Arts Club of Chicago, Tamayo, 1952, no. 14 (titled Volcano) ; Washington, D.C., Pan American Union, Tamayo, 1952, n.n. (titled Volcano); Fort Worth, Fort Worth Art Museum, Tamayo, 1952, no. 6 (titled Volcano); New York, M. Knoedler & Co., Inc., Recent Works by Rufino Tamayo, 1956, no. 2; Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Museum of Art; Miami, Miami Art Museum & Mexico City, Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporaneo, Tamayo: A Modern Icon Reinterpreted, 2007-08, no. 79, illustrated in color in the catalogue; Mexico City, Colegio de San Ildefonso, Mexico, esplendores de treinta siglos, 1992-93, n.n. ; Mexico City, Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso, Arte Moderno de Mexico 1900-1950, no. 334, illustrated in color in the catalogue (titled Escena nocturna del Paricutin)

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