Rufino Tamayo was the first artist to work in the Mixografía® print process producing 67 editions along with some lithographs over a 17-year period until his death. These workshop editions represent one-fifth of his total out-put in printmaking during his lifetime.
Artist: Rufino Tamayo (Mexican, 1899-1991)
Title: Niño bailando (Boy Dancing), 1974
Medium: Mixografía, a printing technique, developed by Tamayo and printmaker Luis Remba, which creates highly-textured surfaces over a lithographic print.
Paper: Arches, 21 ¼”W x 29 ¼”H with deckled edges
Frame: 31”W x 39 ½”H with 6” wide mat, exposing deckled edges of print.
Comments: Alternate names for the work include, “Indian Boy”
Provenance: Purchased in an Art Gallery in Selma, Alabama.
Publications: Rufino Tamayo: A Comprehensive Survey of His Mixografía® Prints, 1974-1990, Traveling Exhibition, Organized by the Mixografia® Workshop, Fall 2009- 2012.
Niño bailando (Boy Dancing),
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