Doyle will auction Latin American art on October 12


Diego Rivera (1886-1957), Portrait of a Young Girl in Orange, signed, charcoal and pastel on vellum, 13 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches (34.3 x 26.7 cm). East. $30,000 to $50,000. Lot 68.

Angel Botello (1913-1986), Mother and child, around 1985, Signed and numbered, Bronze, 73 x 53 x 23 cm. A Miami gentleman’s collection. East. $20,000 to $40,000

Doyle will host a Latin American Art Auction on Wednesday, October 12 at 11 a.m., featuring paintings, drawings, prints, and sculptures by prominent 20th-century artists. The auction will feature works from the collection of a Miami gentleman and from the collection of Cuban-born artists and collectors. Hernan Garcia (Read more).

The public is invited to the exhibition presented from Saturday October 8 to Monday October 10 at Doyle, located at 175 East 87th Street in New York. Consult the catalog and make offers on

One of the most emblematic figures of 20th century art and culture, Diego Rivera established the Mexican Mural Movement, which greatly influenced FDR’s WPA program. Represented by two rare works on vellum, Rivera depicts two young Mexican girls in his radiant palette. Batches 67-68

The beloved Puerto Rican artist and sculptor Angel Botello is represented with nine works in the October 12 auction, including paintings, bronzes and prints. Botello served as a cartographer during the Spanish Civil War and after the war fled Spain for France, the Dominican Republic, Haiti and eventually Puerto Rico, where he established his permanent residence and gallery. Often called the “Gauguin of the Caribbean”, Botello was revered for his vibrant depictions of island life. Batches 82-90

the greatest Colombian contemporary artist, Ferdinand Botero, is loved around the world for its depictions of voluptuous characters. Represented in the sale with two works on paper, Botero brings his undeniable sense of humor and mystery to the portrait for which he is best known. Batches 92-93

Member of the group of Brazilian artists Geração 80, Jorge Guinle created brilliantly colored abstract compositions. Participating in the revival of contemporary art in Brazil after the country’s first free elections in 20 years, Guinle, along with Beatriz Milhazes, Daniel Senise and others, became emblematic of a new Brazilian art. Batches 94-96

Hernan Garcia (born in 1935), Homme à l’alligator, 2021, Signed and dated, Oil on canvas, 48 ​​x 35 3/4 inches. East. $3,000 to $5,000. Lot 111.

One of the most important artists of the Dominican Republic, Ramon Oviedo was nicknamed “the Dominican Picasso”. He is inspired by expressionist and surrealist influences, creating very daring abstract forms. The October 12 sale will present a selection of six works on canvas, including Sena Previa from the Hernán García Collection. Batch 97

cuban sculptor Augustin Cardenas made its way to Montparnasse in the 1950s, where he was invited by André Breton to participate in surrealist exhibitions. Cárdenas’ supple and graceful abstract forms show the influence of European modernists Henry Moore, Jean Arp and Constantin Brancusi. The two works in the October 12 sale are from the Hernán García Collection. Lots 109-110

20th century abstraction
Works by eminent American, European and Asian artists make up lots 1 to 66 of the sale. Read more


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