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Mario Carreño (Cuban), Untitled

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Mario Carreño (Cuban 1913 – 1999) Watercolor and graphite on paper. 14x11. Untitled. 1947. Cubist composition, a lovers’ embrace in cowboy hats, dominated by a guitar bodied chimera nude and a horse under a dual nighttime and day time sky set in a desert landscape furnished with amorous and erotic suggestive forms and other motifs that seem to recur in Carreño’s paintings, such as the dove and the butterfly . Signed and dated by the artist upper right. COA by Ida Gonzalez de Carreño, the artist's widow. Mario Carreño (Morales). Born in 1913 Havana, Cuba, died 1999 in Santiago de Chile, Chile. Studied at the Academia de San Alejandro, Havana, Cuba and Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, Madrid, Spain. Winner of the Guggenheim International Award in 1956. His masterpiece “Fuego en el batey” (Fire in the sugar mill village) sold at Christie’s, New York in 2009 for $2,180,000, at that time a record price for any Cuban artist.
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Mario Carreño (Cuban), Untitled

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Dec 07, 2013
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Mario Carreño (Cuban 1913 – 1999) Watercolor and graphite on paper. 14x11. Untitled. 1947. Cubist composition, a lovers’ embrace in cowboy hats, dominated by a guitar bodied chimera nude and a horse under a dual nighttime and day time sky set in a desert landscape furnished with amorous and erotic suggestive forms and other motifs that seem to recur in Carreño’s paintings, such as the dove and the butterfly . Signed and dated by the artist upper right. COA by Ida Gonzalez de Carreño, the artist's widow. Mario Carreño (Morales). Born in 1913 Havana, Cuba, died 1999 in Santiago de Chile, Chile. Studied at the Academia de San Alejandro, Havana, Cuba and Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, Madrid, Spain. Winner of the Guggenheim International Award in 1956. His masterpiece “Fuego en el batey” (Fire in the sugar mill village) sold at Christie’s, New York in 2009 for $2,180,000, at that time a record price for any Cuban artist.
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