Not often does the world get to witness an array of art as eclectic as this. Far from the rosy cheeked, congenial subjects of most paintings are the subjects of this collection from the most celebrated Latin American artists. Visually, the works ignite emotions untapped. They captivate, awe and inspire, much like the works of Frida Kahlo and her likes did decades ago.
For centuries, Latin American art has changed the way the world views artistic expression of human emotions. The works date back to 16th century with roots originating from Latin Americans spread globally, belonging to different indigenous cultures. And when the likes of Diego Rivera, José Clemete Orozco, Sergio Hernández, Leonora Carrington, Arnaldo Coen, Joaquín Torres-García, Jorge González Camarena are involved it takes the auction world by storm.
Diego’s painting dated 1917, like many of his works, is considered to depict a story. Ironic themes dealt by Alfredo Alcalde García, considered one of the most important painters in Peru, is also featured in the auction. So it comes as no surprise that the auction is hosted by Mortan Subastas. Register to bid online on Bidsquare
Lot Categories:Fine Art (200), Paintings (200), Mixed Media (200)
# of Lots:200
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Diego Rivera’s “Paysage de Fontenay” (1917)|| Estimate: |
|Jorge González Camarena’s “Malinalli” (1977)|| Estimate: |
|Alfredo Alcalde García’s Don Quijote y Sancho México (2019)|| Estimate: |
|MATHIAS GOERITZ, Otra versión de la Serpiente del Eco, ca. 1970|| Estimate: |
|JUAN SORIANO, Dafne IV.|| Estimate: |
|ARNALDO COEN, Pareja en la ópera|| Estimate: |