6 edition of Rufino Tamayo found in the catalog.
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|Statement||with an introd., "Tamayo revisited," by James B. Lynch, Jr.|
|Contributions||Phillips Collection., Marion Koogler McNay Art Institute.|
|LC Classifications||ND259.T3 A4 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||89 p. :|
|Number of Pages||89|
|LC Control Number||78010760|
Rufino Tamayo, Peter A. Juley & Son Collection, Smithsonian American Art Museum J Name Rufino Tamayo Born Oaxaca, Mexico Died Mexico City, Mexico Mexican, born Oaxaca, Mexico died Mexico City, Mexico , active USA ca Born: Rufino Tamayo, Octavio Paz, Jacques Lassaigne, Rizzoli Snippet view - Rufino Tamayo: catalogue raisonné: gráfica Rufino Tamayo, Juan Carlos Pereda, Museo Rufino Tamayo Snippet view -
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Rufino Tamayo (Aug – J ) was a Mexican painter of Zapotec heritage, born in Oaxaca de Juárez, Mexico. Tamayo was active in the midth century in Mexico and New York, painting figurativeabstraction with surrealist influences.
Tamayo's Zapotec heritage is often cited as an early influence. Rufino Arellanes Tamayo was a leading Modernist who brought Mexico international acclaim through his development of a new form of abstract figuration, that ultimately made him one of the most recognized and respected painters of the twentieth century.
A Zapotecan Indian born in the state of Oaxaca inhe was exposed as a young man to the. audience. Christianity, a widely practiced religion, allowed Tamayo to create on a more universal platform. He also focused on creating art that fused Western culture with his Mixografia Rufino Tamayo was first introduced to the idea of printmaking in but was adamant about creating prints which showed volume, depth and Size: 1MB.Rufino Tamayo has been painting for more than thirty years.
He has lived in Mexico City, where he began his artistic education and continued to work, and New York, where he has spent the last ten winters. In the course of this time he has marked out .Rufino Tamayo "Cabeza En Amarillo Or Hombre En Vert " Limited Edition Print: Embossed Etching on Guarro Paper Size: 30x22 in | 76x56 cm Edition: From the edition of 75 Framed with Glass - Green Metal.