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Jose Maria De Servin (1917-1983) - oil on masonite
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Jose Maria De Servin, Guadalajara, Mexico (1917-1983) - oil on masonite. circa 1965. 48" x 35-1/2". unframed
Josede Servin became a pupil of the painter Chucho Reyes, known for his improvisational watercolor variations on traditional Mexican themes. This interest in imagery particular to Mexico would be of great significance to de Servin. De Servin also studied under the more traditional painter Jose Vizcarra. In the early 1930s de Servin joined the Pintores Jovenes de Jalisco, or Young Painters of Jalisco.
De Servin worked with the social-realist Jose Orozco on several large mural commissions in Guadalajara, including one at the Legislative Palace
Condition
Unframed on plywood panel. There are two very small nail holes at the top right and left corners where the painting was apparently nailed to hang. This would be covered by framing. Other very minor imperfections.
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Jose Maria De Servin (1917-1983) - oil on masonite

Estimate $600 - $800
Oct 29, 2018
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Starting Price $100
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0128: Jose Maria De Servin (1917-1983) - oil on masonite

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Est. $600 - $800Starting Price $100
Oct 29, 2018 1:00 PM EDT
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Lot 0128 Details

Description
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Jose Maria De Servin, Guadalajara, Mexico (1917-1983) - oil on masonite. circa 1965. 48" x 35-1/2". unframed
Josede Servin became a pupil of the painter Chucho Reyes, known for his improvisational watercolor variations on traditional Mexican themes. This interest in imagery particular to Mexico would be of great significance to de Servin. De Servin also studied under the more traditional painter Jose Vizcarra. In the early 1930s de Servin joined the Pintores Jovenes de Jalisco, or Young Painters of Jalisco.
De Servin worked with the social-realist Jose Orozco on several large mural commissions in Guadalajara, including one at the Legislative Palace
Condition
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Unframed on plywood panel. There are two very small nail holes at the top right and left corners where the painting was apparently nailed to hang. This would be covered by framing. Other very minor imperfections.

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