31 May - 1 June 2007
Edouard Pingret (French 1788-1875)
Acueducto de Chapultepec
signed 'E. Pingret' (lower left), inscribed 'Iztaccihuatl 2455 loises, ou 4735 metres' (upper center) and 'Popocatepetl 2771 loises, ou 540 metres' (upper right)
oil on canvas
29½ x 36½ in. (75 x 93 cm.)
Painted in 1842.
Private collection, New York.
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F. Benítez, La Ciudad de México, Salvat, Mexico City, 1982, p. 199 (illustrated in color).
Mexico City, Museo de San Carlos, n/d.
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