(Mexico, 1899 - 1991)

Rufino Tamayo was a great formal innovator, both as a colorist and as a master of the nuances of surface and texture. As a figurative artist, he created a unique synthesis of European Modernism and the ancient arts of Mexico. His themes include the transitory nature of civilization, and man's longing for the eternal.

Perro Aullando (Howling Dog), 1960 
color lithograph, ed. 2/75 
22 3/8 x 29 7/8 inches

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