Diego Rivera (1886-1957)
Diego Rivera (1886-1957)
Diego Rivera (1886-1957)
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DIEGO RIVERA (1886-1957)

La bordadora

Details
DIEGO RIVERA (1886-1957)
La bordadora
signed and dated ‘Diego Rivera-28’ (upper left)
oil on canvas
31 1⁄4 x 39 in. (79.4 x 99.1 cm.)
Painted in 1928.
Provenance
Mr. and Mrs. James Feibleman, New Orleans (acquired circa late 1920s).
Mrs. Shirley Feibleman (aka Shirley Ann Grau) New Orleans (by descent in 1987).
Private collection, New Orleans (gift from the above).
Literature
L'Art Vivant Au Mexique, Paris, no. 122, 15 January 1930, p. 90 (illustrated, titled Brodeuse Tehuantepec).
D. Rivera and B. D. Wolfe, Portrait of Mexico, New York, Covici, Friede Publishers, 1937, no. 88 (illustrated, titled Embroidering).
L. Cardoza y Aragón, La nube y el reloj, Pintura mexicana contemporánea, First Edition, Mexico City, Ediciones de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico, 1940, no. 17 (illustrated, titled Mujeres).
Diego Rivera: Cinquenta años de su labor artística, Exposición de homenaje nacional, Mexico City, Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, 1951, n.p. (illustrated, titled La bordadora and incorrectly published as Collection of Miss Matilda Grey [sic], New Orleans, Louisiana).
Diego Rivera, Cátalogo general de obra de caballete, Mexico City, Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, 1989, p. 111, no. 830 (illustrated, titled La bordadora and incorrectly published as Collection Matilda Grey [sic] Stream).
L. Cardoza y Aragón, La nube y el reloj, Pintura mexicana contemporánea, Second Edition, Mexico City, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico, Instituto de Investigaciones Estéticas, 2003, p. 252 (illustrated, titled Mujeres (La bordadora).
Post Lot Text
Please note this work has been requested by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art for the upcoming exhibition Diego Rivera's America, scheduled to open in July 2022, and later travel to the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas in March 2023.

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