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Diego Rivera
1886 - 1957年
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Signed D. Rivera (lower right); signed with the initials DMR and dated 19 (on the reverse)
Oil on canvas
14 3/4 by 17 3/4 in.
37.5 by 45 cm
Painted in 1919.
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We wish to thank Professor Luis-Martín Lozano for his kind assistance in confirming the authenticity of this lot.

來源

Galería de Arte Mexicano, Mexico City
Harry H. Enders, New York (acquired from the above) 
Private Collection, Connecticut (by descent from the above and sold: Sotheby's, New York, November 15, 1994, lot 16)
Private Collection, Colombia (acquired at the above sale) 
Acquired from the above

出版

Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, ed., Diego Rivera: Catálogo General de Obra de Caballete, Mexico City, 1989, no. 303, illustrated p. 46

相關資料

This painting is part of the National Heritage of Mexico and cannot be permanently exported from the country. Accordingly, it is offered for sale in New York from the catalogue and will not be available in New York for inspection or delivery. The painting will be released to the purchaser in Mexico in compliance with all local requirements. Prospective buyers may contact Sotheby’s representatives in Mexico City and Monterrey for an appointment to view the work.

"In June 1911 Diego returned to Paris, settled in Montparnasse and became modern, a pointillist, but around 1912 the first cubist features are perceptible in his paintings... His cubist works, at first, sought the group's approval: Diego manufactured them "in the European manner." But little by little he pierced the "style" and began to make it his own. During a voyage he made to Majorca in 1914, he slaked himself with the colours of his memory. He suddenly abandoned the cubist still life to try his hand again at landscape... Breaking with strictly cubist forms, he rediscovered color. The luminosity of the small island, flooded with sunlight and bathed by a limpid and dazzling sea under the summer light bursts into his pictures: a new phase which contrasts with the grey and misty skies of Paris."

—Juan Coronel Rivera, "Folk Art in Diego Rivera's Painting" in Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo, Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny, 1998, pp. 74-75

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