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Raúl Anguiano (Mexican 1915-2006)
PROPERTY FROM THE AARON FAMILY COLLECTION, SAN ANTONIO
Raúl Anguiano (Mexican 1915-2006)

Los saltimbanquis (also known as Un bobo, un muñeco y un payaso)

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Raúl Anguiano (Mexican 1915-2006)
Los saltimbanquis (also known as Un bobo, un muñeco y un payaso)
signed and dated 'R Anguiano 1941' (upper right and again on the reverse)
oil on board
22 3/8 x 31 in. (56.8 x 78.7 cm.)
Painted in 1941.
Provenance
Lester Wolfe collection, New York (acquired from the artist).
Anon. sale, Sotheby's, New York, 29 May 1984, lot 25 (illustrated).
Anne Weisenthal collection, Philadelphia.
Galería Interart, Mexico City, Mexico
Acquired from the above.
Literature
J. Crespo, Raúl Anguiano, Mexico City, Editorial Estaciones, 1962, p. 12 (illustrated).
Raúl Anguiano, Mexico City, Editorial Estaciones, 1967, p. 47, fig. 7 (illustrated).
Exhibition catalogue, De artesanos y arlequines: Forjando una colección de arte mexicano, Mexico City, Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, 2005, p. 48 (illustrated in color).
Exhibition catalogue, Raúl Anguiano: 1915-2006, Mexico City, Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso, 2006, p. 166, no. 46 (illustrated in color).
L. García Martínez, Retrato literario de un artista Raúl Anguiano, mí vida, Mexico City, Fundación René Avilés Fabila, Brigita Anguiano, 2008, p. 150 (illustrated).
Exhibited
New York, the Rockefeller University, Contemporary Mexican Art, 1965-1966, no. 24.
Mexico City, Museo Nacional de Arte, De artesanos y arlequines: Forjando una colección de arte mexicano, July 2005- April 2006.
Mexico City, Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso, Raúl Anguiano: 1915-2006, 30 May- 10 September 2006, no. 46.
Austin, Mexic-Arte Museum, From Revolution to Renaissance, Mexican Art from the Aaron Collection, April 2007- January 2008.
San Antonio, Museo Alameda Smithsonian, Revolution and Renaissance, Mexico and San Antonio, 1910-2010, November 2010- August 2012.
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