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    A Focus Show on Amelia Peláez

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    AMELIA PELÁEZ (1896-1968)
    Colonial Style Window and Furniture
    (Ventana y Muebles de Estilo Colonial)
    1962
    mixed media on heavy paper laid down on board
    11 1/2 x 17 3/8 inches

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    AMELIA PELÁEZ (1896-1968)
    (Ventana Colonial)
    Colonial Window
    1963
    mixed media on heavy paper laid down on board
    17 3/4 x 11 3/4 inches

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    AMELIA PELÁEZ (1896-1968) Composition
    (Composición)
    1955
    mixed media on heavy paper laid down on board
    30 x 22 inches

    Provenance:
    Dr. Henrique da Silva Martins.

    Dr. Henrique da Silva Martins was First Secretary at the
    Portuguese Embassy in Havana in 1958.

    Cuban Art
    Five works on paper by Amelia Peláez.
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    AMELIA PELÁEZ (1896-1968)
    Fish
    (Peces)
    1955
    mixed media on heavy paper laid down on board
    19 3/4 x 23 inches

    Provenance:
    Private Collection, Zaragoza, Spain.

    This painting is also accompanied by a certificate of authenticity
    signed by Ramón Vázquez Díaz and José Veigas Zamora.

    Cuban Art
    AMELIA PELÁEZ (1896-1968)
    Composition with Fish
    (Composición con Pez)
    1955
    mixed media on heavy paper laid down on board
    14 1/8 x 19 1/4 inches

    Provenance:
    Private Collection, Zaragoza, Spain.

    This painting is also accompanied by a certificate of authenticity
    signed by Ramón Vázquez Díaz and José Veigas Zamora.

    Cuban Art
    An arrangement of colorful renditions by Amelia Peláez.
    Cuban Art
    AMELIA PELÁEZ (1896-1968)
    Still Life with Stained Glass
    (Naturaleza Muerta con Vitral)
    1960
    oil on board
    38 5/8 x 30 1/4 inches

    Illustrated in IMPORTANT CUBAN ARTWORKS, Volume Twelve, Cernuda Arte,
    Coral Gables, Florida, December 2014 page 21.

    Accompanied by a photo-certificate of authenticity
    signed by Ramón Vázquez Díaz.

    Cuban Art
    AMELIA PELÁEZ (1896-1968)
    Ferns
    (Helechos)
    ca. 1935
    oil on canvas
    40 1/2 x 29 5/8 inches

    Provenance:
    Private Collection, Pembroke Pines, Florida.

    This painting is also accompanied by a photo-certificate of authenticity
    signed by José Veigas Zamora and Ramón Vázquez Díaz,
    dated January 5, 2015.

    Cuban Art
    Three masterworks by Amelia Peláez on canvas and paper.
    Cuban Art
    AMELIA PELÁEZ (1896-1968)
    Grey Fish
    (Pescados Grises)
    1931
    oil on canvas
    38 x 51 inches

    Provenance:
    Luis Amado Blanco Collection,
    Havana, Cuba; Private Collection, Los Angeles, California.

    Exhibitions:
    Exhibited in Amelia Peláez del Casal, January-February 1935, Lyceum, Vedado, Havana, Cuba,
    and listed no. 19 (Pescado Gris) in the exhibition brochure.
    Exhibited in Exposición de Pintura, Víctor M. García, Amelia Peláez, Domingo Ravenet and Carlos Enríquez,
    August 8, 1936, Lyceum, Vedado, Havana, Cuba, and listed no. XII (Pescados Grises)
    in the exhibition brochure.
    Exhibited in Amelia Peláez, Exposición Retrospectiva, November 14, 1968, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes,
    Havana, Cuba, and listed in the corresponding exhibition catalog, no. 58.

    Illustrations:
    Illustrated in Diálogos Constructivistas en la Vanguardia Cubana: Amelia Peláez, Loló Soldevilla
    and Zilia Sánchez
    , Galerie Lelong, New York, April-June 2016, page 6.

    Cuban Art
    AMELIA PELÁEZ (1896-1968)
    Still Life with Fish
    (Naturaleza Muerta con Pez)
    1945
    oil on heavy paper laid down on board
    22 1/2 x 29 1/2 inches

    Exhibitions:
    This painting was exhibited at the Washington, D.C. Organization of Americas States,
    Seven Cuban Painters, August 1952. This exhibition was organized in conjunction with The Smithsonian Institution
    and later traveled to Miami, Lowe Museum.

    Also exhibited at Christie’s New York, Important Latin American Paintings, November 17, 1984, and illustrated in
    the auction catalog, lot 156.

    Also exhibited at Art Miami Fair, Miami Beach, Florida, Cernuda Arte, Important Cuban Artworks, Volume One,
    January 2003, and illustrated in the corresponding catalog, page 10.

    Exhibited in Amelia Peláez: The Craft of Modernity, Pérez Art Museum Miami, Miami, Florida, December 4, 2013
    through February 23, 2014, and illustrated in the accompanying catalog, page 83.


     
     
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