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Painter, b. 1926 - d. 2017

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    • Arturo Garcia Bustos (Mexican, 1926 - 2017).
      Jan. 21, 2024

      Arturo Garcia Bustos (Mexican, 1926 - 2017).

      Est: $200 - $300

      Lithograph, signed and numbered 1/20, with margins, in good condition, framed. (not examined out of frame). 19 1/2i x 13 1/2in. (49cm x 34cm/sheet). 25i x 21in. (63cm. x 21cm/frame). Bustos was a Mexican painter and print maker. He is known as one of "Los Fridos" students who studied under Frida Kahlo at her home in Coyoacan.

      Fine Estate Inc.
    • ARTURO GARCIA BUSTOS (Mexican, 1926 - 2017). Carceles, circa 1955, Limited edition linocut numbered 1 of an edition of 100. Pencil numb
      Sep. 14, 2023

      ARTURO GARCIA BUSTOS (Mexican, 1926 - 2017). Carceles, circa 1955, Limited edition linocut numbered 1 of an edition of 100. Pencil numb

      Est: $250 - $350

      ARTURO GARCIA BUSTOS (Mexican, 1926 - 2017). Carceles, circa 1955, Limited edition linocut numbered 1 of an edition of 100. Pencil numbered, titled and signed. Unframed.

      Sloans & Kenyon
    • Signed Linocut, Arturo Garcia Bustos (Mexican, 1926-2017)
      Dec. 14, 2022

      Signed Linocut, Arturo Garcia Bustos (Mexican, 1926-2017)

      Est: $200 - $400

      Arturo Garcia Bustos (Mexican, 1926-2017) "The Plough," linocut, signed. Framed. Together with M. Martin, "Girl," signed. Framed. Size: 1) 16.5'' x 23.75'', 42 x 60 cm (sight); 25'' x 31'', 64 x 79 cm (frame); 2) 22.75'' x 16'', 58 x 41 cm (sight); 30'' x 23'', 76 x 58 cm (frame). Provenance: Sylvia and Philip Chaplain Collection, New Hampshire.

      Material Culture
    • Arturo Garcia Bustos, Frida y La Muerte (Frida and Death)
      Sep. 13, 2022

      Arturo Garcia Bustos, Frida y La Muerte (Frida and Death)

      Est: $400 - $500

      García Bustos was one of four students who studied under Frida Kahlo in the Coyoacán section of Mexico City. These students became known as "Los Fridos". He worked as an apprentice in mural painting with Diego Rivera and initially learned engraving and lithography working at the Taller de Gráfica Popular. While he was better known for his graphic work, he also did a number of murals. In 1947 he assisted Frida Kahlo with a mural at the Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez House in Coyoacán. Other projects include a fresco the Hotel Posada del Sol in Mexico City (1948), a fresco depicting Zapata at the Escuela Rural de Temixco, Morelos (1950), a series of seven murals at the Sociedad Cooperativa Ejidal, (1952), a fresco called Pobledores de las Siete Regiones de Oaxaca at the Museo Nacional de Antropología (1964), A series of sixteen print murals to decorate the Venustiano Carranza House Museum in Cuatro Ciénegas, Coahuila (1969), A series of nine panels for the Casa de Obrero Mundial in Mexico City (1971), Oaxaca en la historia y en el mito at the state government building in the city of Oaxaca (1980), and a mural at the cultural center of Azcapotzalco, Mexico City. Most of his career was spent teaching and giving lectures, seminars and conferences. He taught engraving at the Escuela de Bellas Artes in Guatemala City and founded the Taller de Grabado at the Casa del Lago in Chapultepec. He conducted conferences on the history of engraving and lithography in Mexico at the state universities of Oaxaca and Sinaloa, the Galería Municipal de Veracruz. Abroad, he conducted conference on Mexican muralism and engraving in Germany, Italy and Guatemala. Recognitions include first prize at a UNAM event honoring the Niños Heroes (1947), second prize at a poster contest honoring Chopin (1949), Peace Movement Gold Medal in Guatemala (1953), first prize at an event sponsored by Grupo Saker-Ti in Guatemala (1954), first prize and gold medal at the V Festival de la Juventud in Poland (1955), first prize at the Salón Annual de Grabado at the Salón de la Plástica Mexicana (1957), silver medal at an engraving event in Moscow (1957), first prize from the Consejo Nacional de Turismo, Mexico City (1962).[3] He became a member of the Academia de Artes in 1973, the World Peace Council in 1974 and the Salón de la Plástica Mexicana in 1974.

      4th Meridian Fine Art
    • Arturo Garcia Bustos (Mexican, 1926-2017) PEASANTS OF TIAHUAC, Signed 1946
      Jun. 13, 2022

      Arturo Garcia Bustos (Mexican, 1926-2017) PEASANTS OF TIAHUAC, Signed 1946

      Est: $200 - $300

      PEASANTS OF TIAHUAC original pencil signed lithograph by the artist, Arturo Garcia Bustos. Date 1946. Lithograph is from the portfolio of Mexican people. Printed on wove paper. Dimensions: full sheet: 16 in. x 20 in. Condition: good original unframed estate condition. Provenance: Boston, Massachusetts Estate. Bustos was a student of Frida Kahlo and thus known as LOS FRIDOS.

      Kensington Estate Auctions
    • ARTURO GARCIA BUSTOS "PEASANTS OF TLAHUAC" LITHOGRAPH
      Nov. 07, 2021

      ARTURO GARCIA BUSTOS "PEASANTS OF TLAHUAC" LITHOGRAPH

      Est: -

      Arturo Garcia Bustos (1926 - 2017) "Peasants of Tlahuac" (From "Mexican People" Portfolio) Lithograph. Depicts a scene on the water at Xochimilco: man with boat full of vegetables, man by a big plant in a box, distant figures poling boats, genre picture with Mexican workers loading vegetables from a dugout canoe onto a loading deck. Arturo García Bustos (August 8, 1926 – April 7, 2017) was a Mexican painter and print maker. He is known as one of “Los Fridos” students who studied under Frida Kahlo at her home in Coyoacán. He grew up during the time when Mexican muralism was dominant, which drew him to art. After attending high school at the Escuela Nacional Preparatoria Núm 1, specializing in architecture, he entered the Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas in 1941, at age fifteen. He participated in numerous collective exhibitions especially with the Taller de Gráfica Popular early in his career as well as biennials sponsored by the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes and the Salón de la Plástica Mexicana. In 2005, a collection consisting of eleven of his paintings was exhibited at the Museo Mural Diego Rivera of the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, in Mexico City. Artist: Arturo Garcia Bustos Title: "Peasants of Tlahuac" Medium: Lithograph Circa/Year: 1946 Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 11.25x14 in. Keywords: Mexican, modern, mid century; Ref: BD1175

      Bradford's
    • Arturo Garcia Bustos Lithograph
      Aug. 16, 2018

      Arturo Garcia Bustos Lithograph

      Est: $75 - $125

      Arturo Garcia Bustos original pencil signed lithograph. Signed in pencil "Garcia Bustos" lower right. Measures 15" x 17 5/8" (sheet size). Ex+/Near Mint condition. Unframed, loose and not mounted or glued down. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. We ship all items in this auction in-house with the most fair shipping charges possible.

      Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
    • Arturo García Bustos. Libros, sabiduría y travesura. Grabado, serie E/E. Firmado. Enmarcado.
      Jun. 06, 2015

      Arturo García Bustos. Libros, sabiduría y travesura. Grabado, serie E/E. Firmado. Enmarcado.

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      Arturo García Bustos (Cd. de México, 1926 -) Libros, sabiduría y travesura. Grabado, serie E/E. Firmado. Enmarcado. Dimensiones: 16 x 22 cm.

      Morton Subastas
    • Arturo G. Bustos. Jinetes Litografía. Firmada. Sin enmarcar. Presenta rasgadura.
      Mar. 14, 2015

      Arturo G. Bustos. Jinetes Litografía. Firmada. Sin enmarcar. Presenta rasgadura.

      Est: $6,000 - $7,000

      Arturo G. Bustos (México) Jinetes Litografía. Firmada. Sin enmarcar. Presenta rasgadura. Dimensiones: 44 x 34 cm.

      Morton Subastas
    • ARTURO GARCÍA BUSTOS, Luna, luna, dame una tuna, porque la que me diste, se me cayó a la laguna, Firmado 96. Óleo sobre tela 86 x 74 cm
      Sep. 06, 2012

      ARTURO GARCÍA BUSTOS, Luna, luna, dame una tuna, porque la que me diste, se me cayó a la laguna, Firmado 96. Óleo sobre tela 86 x 74 cm

      Est: $30,000 - $40,000

      ARTURO GARCÍA BUSTOS Luna, luna, dame una tuna, porque la que me diste, se me cayó a la laguna Firmado y fechado 96. Óleo sobre tela. (N. Ciudad de México, 1926 - ) Fue alumno de Frida Kahlo, por lo que pertenece al grupo que se conoce como Los Fridos. En 1947 inició su labor como muralista y en 1949 fue miembro fundador del Salón de la Plástica Mexicana. En 1950 contrajo nupcias con la también pintora Rina Lazo y al año siguiente viajó por primera vez a Guatemala, donde fundó el taller de grabado de la Escuela de Bellas Artes. "Luna, luna, dame una tuna, porque la que me diste, se me cayó a la laguna". Véase: TOVAR Y DE TERESA, Guillermo. "Repertorio de Artistas en México". Tomo II. México. Grupo Financiero Bancomer, 1997. Pág. 38. 86 x 74 cm

      Morton Subastas
    • Arturo Garcia Bustos (Mexican b.1926) Lithograph
      Oct. 17, 2010

      Arturo Garcia Bustos (Mexican b.1926) Lithograph

      Est: $150 - $250

      Peasants of Tlahauc c. 1946, published by AAA (Associated American Artists, NY) Signed 11-1/2" by 13-3/4"

      J Levine Auction & Appraisal LLC
    • Arturo Garcia Bustos: VII Festival Mundaial
      Sep. 05, 2010

      Arturo Garcia Bustos: VII Festival Mundaial

      Est: $300 - $500

      Arturo Garcia Bustos: VII Festival Mundaial

      James Cox Gallery
    • Arturo Garcia Bustos: Mercado de pan en Tlacoluca
      Sep. 05, 2010

      Arturo Garcia Bustos: Mercado de pan en Tlacoluca

      Est: $400 - $600

      Arturo Garcia Bustos: Mercado de pan en Tlacoluca

      James Cox Gallery
    • Arturo García Bustos. (México 1926) "El tianguis". Grabado. Firmado y fechado 1956. Dimensiones 35 x 48 cm.
      Jan. 23, 2010

      Arturo García Bustos. (México 1926) "El tianguis". Grabado. Firmado y fechado 1956. Dimensiones 35 x 48 cm.

      Est: $1,500 - $2,000

      Arturo García Bustos. (México 1926) "El tianguis". Grabado. Firmado y fechado 1956. Dimensiones 35 x 48 cm.

      Morton Subastas
    • Arturo Garcia Bustos
      Nov. 01, 2001

      Arturo Garcia Bustos

      Est: $700 - $900

      Arturo Garcia Bustos MAGUEY JUICE EXTRACTION Lithograph, 1948, signed and dated in pencil, together with Adolfo Mexiac, PATZUCUARO FISHERWOMEN, lithograph, ca. 1950, signed in pencil and numbered 1/50, together with Franciso Dosamantes, WOMAN POTTER, lithograph, signed in pencil and numbered 6/75; on wove paper, with margins, in good condition apart from pale mat stain and soiling, the first with a crease in the lower left corner and pale light stain; the second with pin holes in margins and a few small handling creases; the third with a small crease and pin hole in the lower right corner, a few specks of foxing in the lower margin (3 prints) largest sheet 720 by 566mm. 28 3/8 by 22 1/4 in.

      Sotheby's
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