Experience the raw emotion of Rufino Tamayo’s 'Perro Aullando a La Luna', the only dog from his Animal series left in private hands. In this evocative piece from 1942, he combines European Modernism with his Zapotec heritage to reveal the anguish of a world at war. 'Perro Aullando a La Luna' will be offered in our Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale on 14 May.

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