México: Tallers de Impresora Sto. Domingo, 1971. 20 plates loose as issued in laminated paper portolio. (Good in chipped and torn portfolio case; partly detached left fldg. side of portfolio, marginal wear and some foxing in portfolio; plates are clean and very good). Item #83292
LIMITED EDITION OF 1000 OF PRESENTATION COPY SIGNED BY O'Higgins to Dr. Enrique Gutierrez with color facsimile reproductions of 20 of his sketches spanning 40 years. Contents: Perfil (1929), Cabeza de Cargador (1933), Los Remedios (1934), Pareja (1936), Jesús Días (1940), Yo te ayudare (1943), Niño cargando ladrillos (1944), Madre e hijo, (1946), Tronco, (1947), Chiclero, (1952), Atardecer en Valle de Toluca, (1953), En Cuautla, (1959), Maternidad, (1960), Indígena indefensa, (1961), Choza en el Trópico, (1963), Novia indigena, (1964), Don Ramón Gómez V., (1965), Joven norteño, (1966), Indígena Zinanteco, (1969), Campesina apresurada, (1970). Pablo O'Higgins (b. USA 1904 - d. Mexico 1983), a social activist who portrayed his social and political ideology in his painting subjects, was an important figure of the muralist movement in Mexico, a founding member of the TGN and LEAR and friend of many art personages Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, Leopoldo Mendez, Juan de la Cabada, Tair Salajov, Rodrigo Moya, Adolfo Mexiac, and others. Social and political the subjects. Important reference for the Muralism Movement, the TGP and LEAR.