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      • Ricardo Martinez (MEXICAN 1918–2009) three woman in garments, signed upper right, 19 x 27 inches sight, 33-1/2 x 26 inches overall
        Oct. 18, 2022

        Ricardo Martinez (MEXICAN 1918–2009) three woman in garments, signed upper right, 19 x 27 inches sight, 33-1/2 x 26 inches overall

        Est: $200 - $400

        Ricardo Martinez (MEXICAN 1918–2009) three woman in garments, signed upper right, 19 x 27 inches sight, 33-1/2 x 26 inches overall

        Bill Hood & Sons Arts & Antiques Auctions
      • Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Desnudo azul oil on canvas 78 1/4 x 43 1/4 in.
        Mar. 11, 2022

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Desnudo azul oil on canvas 78 1/4 x 43 1/4 in.

        Est: $80,000 - $120,000

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Desnudo azul oil on canvas 78 1/4 x 43 1/4 in. (198.8 x 109.9 cm.)

        Christie's
      • Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Untitled gouache and charcoal on paper 9 x 12
        Feb. 18, 2022

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Untitled gouache and charcoal on paper 9 x 12

        Est: $6,000 - $8,000

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Untitled gouache and charcoal on paper 9 x 12 in. (22.9 x 30.5 cm.)

        Christie's
      • Ricardo Martinez, (Mexican/Texas, 1918-2009), "Peones", 1954, oil on canvas, 59" x 36", framed 66" x 43"
        Jun. 05, 2021

        Ricardo Martinez, (Mexican/Texas, 1918-2009), "Peones", 1954, oil on canvas, 59" x 36", framed 66" x 43"

        Est: $75,000 - $125,000

        Ricardo Martinez (Mexican/Texas, 1918-2009) "Peones", 1954 oil on canvas signed and dated lower left. Framed. 59" x 36", framed 66" x 43" Provenance: Purchased in February 1955 from Galeria de Arte Mexicano, Mexico City, Mexico; Collection of Samuel Ellis and Valerie Sellors Dunnam, Austin, Texas; thence by descent. Literature: This work will be included in the Fundacion Ricardo Martinez catalogue raisonne, # FRM000721. We kindly thank the Fundacion Ricardo Martinez for confirming the painting in the Galeria de Arte Mexicano records/archives. Notes: Ricardo Martinez, a quiet man in life, spoke volumes in his art. A pivotal figure in 20th century Mexican art, his work is a unique blend of magical realism and costumbrista painting that explores the mundane and the spiritual in Mexican culture through the human body: monumental and suspended or folded inward in repetition, Martinez transfigures the terrestrial world into physical manifestations of the celestial one that recall the cosmos and ethos of the nation and its Pre-colonial past. Martinez was born into a large, artistically gifted family with sixteen children in Mexico City. At the age of nine, his family moved to San Antonio, Texas, exposing the young Martinez children to the English language and literature. With the onset of the Great Depression, the family moved back to Mexico City, and Martinez began drawing and painting to help the family. His innate talent drew the attention of his brothers Jorge- an architect, and Olivero, a sculptor- who taught him the basics of painting and enlisted his assistance with drawings for the "Monument to the Revolution". Following Martinez's graduation from High School in 1938, he enrolled to study law at the Autonomous University of Mexico, but left within a month to pursue art at the Academy of San Carlos- an even shorter lived venture that lasted but a day. In 1940 Martinez set up a studio in his parents' home and began "teaching himself" through Mexican and European art books and the English manual, The Materials of the Artist Max Doerner. Martinez's early paintings-experiments in the compositional technicality of still-lifes and landscapes-merged elements of works by the Mexican Muralists, Picasso and Surrealism. While his subjects recall Muralist's depictions of peasants and Mexico's pre-colonial history, the spatial dislocation and tonal, monochromatic colors elucidate compositions more akin to Surrealism. This unique painting, of two brick layers, proletarian pawns of industry, represents some of Martinez's strongest costumbrista-influenced oeuvre. Produced between 1954-1958, these works celebrate the everyday life of the peasantry and proletariat. In Martinez's evocation of the "forgotten laborer" through large, imposing figures that recall the monumentality of Pre-Columbian statuary and the social realism of the Mexican Muralists, he evokes the spirits of the past. The repetition of carrying bricks as an adobe “borro”, one of the most menial forms of manual labor is aggrandized. The massive figures, frozen in perfect juxtaposition with skin the color of the earthen bricks they carry, blend into the nebulous background of the same hue, recalling the Pre-Columbian builders of the ancient pyramids and ballcourts.

        New Orleans Auction Galleries
      • Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) - La mirada
        May. 19, 2021

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) - La mirada

        Est: $40,000 - $60,000

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) La mirada oil on canvas 23 5/8 x 31 ½ in. (60 x 80 cm.)

        Christie's
      • The Lime Porters by Ricardo Martinez (Mexican, 1918-2009)
        Feb. 22, 2020

        The Lime Porters by Ricardo Martinez (Mexican, 1918-2009)

        Est: $80,000 - $120,000

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Cargadores de Cal, 1953 Oil on canvas 148 x 90 cm (58.3 x 35.4 in.) This work has been registered with Fundación Ricardo Martínez (FRM000769). We wish to thank the foundation for their gracious assistance in the provenance research process. Provenance Galería de Arte Mexicano Private collection, New Orleans (1950s) Thence by descent Exhibited Mexico City, Galería de Arte Mexicano, Óleos de Ricardo Martínez, April 21 – May 22, 1954. Literature J. Fernandez, Catálogo de las exposiciones de arte en 1954, Anales Del Instituto De Investigaciones Esteticas, 1955, p. 22. Lot Essay An important and transformative oil painting by Mexican master Ricardo Martínez de Hoyos. Cargadores de Cal (The Lime Porters) bears crimson-brown ground layered in beige and gray pigments; a common characteristic for mid-century oil paintings by the artist. Depicted are three shrouded figures engaged in the manual transport of quicklime or limestone destined for kilning. Martínez uses a linear, almost geometric, approach to the porter’s garment, terminating in a shrouded expression and featureless eyes. Contrasting color has been thoughtfully used to create depth, atmosphere, and movement in each figure. In 1943 Martínez moved his studio from the family home to Mexico City’s Anzures neighborhood. During this time neighboring artist Federico Cantú had become a friend and artistic mentor to Martínez. Cantú introduces him to Galeria de Arte Mexicano (GAM) the same year. The gallery, then under direction of Inés Amor, would promote Martínez in eleven solo exhibitions spanning years 1944 – 1964. For the 1954 exhibition, titled “Óleos de Ricardo Martínez”, Galeria de Arte Mexicano presented twenty oil paintings.[1] Amidst Cargadores de Cal were a series of exemplary landscapes, portrayals of musicians, and scenes of local laborers.[2] In the mid-1960s, Martínez distanced himself from Mexico’s private art galleries, yet continued to exhibit his work within the country and abroad.[3], [4] Ricardo Martinez, largely a self-taught artist, drew inspiration from pre-Hispanic art forms. He was a consummate collector of artifacts and is known to have assembled over three-hundred Mesoamerican (primarily Olmec) pieces adorning his Etna Street studio.[5] The Lime Porters embodies the very beginning of Martínez’s costumbrismo phase: a movement portraying the local life of indigenous peoples, so often preoccupied by physical work or social activity. Earlier works by the artist explored the metaphysical, surreal, and sometimes ideological themes popularized by Mexican muralist contemporaries (e.g. José Clemente Orozco[6]). During the transitional period of the early 1950s, Martínez began to place great importance on the less literal, more stylized, character forms. He would expand the size of the canvas and bring his monumental figures to the foreground. We can best cite the emergence of this new style in Cargadores de Cal (1953) and again in Fumador en Rojo (1953).[7] Martínez continued to further develop his plástico[8] manifestations in the decades to come. In retrospective exhibition, the Museo de la Ciudad de México would define later periods by the “closeness to more platonic or archetypal human figures, in which the features and brushstrokes show that they are human figures, but there is no longer the reflection of a specific human race or its social status; it impacts only the human presence, primal”.[9] [1] R. Bonifaz Nuño, Ricardo Martínez, Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, 1965 [2] See Atmósferas: Ricardo Martínez. P. 225; “Musicos nocturnos, 1954” [3] "Cronología". Mexico City: Ricardo Martínez Foundation. Accessed 2020. [4] J. Fernandez, Catálogo de las exposiciones de arte en 1954, Anales Del Instituto De Investigaciones Esteticas. [5] C. Paul (June 14, 2011). "Abrirán en 2012 el Centro Cultural Ricardo Martínez en la capital". Mexico City: La Jornada. p. 4. [6] José Clemente Orozco (Mexican, 1883-1949) [7] Recordando a Ricardo Martínez en su Centenario. Fundación Ricardo Martínez de Hoyos y Canal 22. (November 9, 2018). Accessed 2020. [8] Reference to “artes plásticas”, an encompassing term for Latin visual art. [9] M. Marcin in "Abrirán en 2012 el Centro Cultural Ricardo Martínez en la capital". Mexico City: La Jornada. p. 4.; author's translation

        Caza Sikes
      • Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) - El gusto
        Nov. 20, 2019

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) - El gusto

        Est: $60,000 - $80,000

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) El gusto oil on canvas 31 ½ x 41 in. (80 x 104.1 cm.)

        Christie's
      • Ricardo Martinez (American / Mexican, 1918-2009) Oil on Canvas
        Nov. 10, 2019

        Ricardo Martinez (American / Mexican, 1918-2009) Oil on Canvas

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Ricardo Martinez (American / Mexican, 1918-2009) Oil on Canvas 1999, signed and dated lower right, modern style depicting a sitting man holding a light ball with a dog Condition: Very Good, no damage noted, not framed Height: 39.50 inches, Width: 50.00 inches Category: Fine Art > South American Paintings Shipping Status: Leonard Auction, Inc. will provide direct shipping for this lot. Please visit our website for a shipping estimate. Approximate Sale Time: 12:31 pm CST Links to High Resolution Images: Image #1 Image #2 Image #3 Image #4 Image #5 Image #6

        Leonard Auction
      • Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Hombre hablando oil on canvas 31 ¼ x 41 ¼ in. (79.3 x 105 cm.)
        May. 23, 2019

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Hombre hablando oil on canvas 31 ¼ x 41 ¼ in. (79.3 x 105 cm.)

        Est: $40,000 - $60,000

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Hombre hablando signed and dated 'Ricardo Martinez 1980' (lower left) oil on canvas 31 ¼ x 41 ¼ in. (79.3 x 105 cm.) Painted in 1980.

        Christie's
      • RICARDO MARTINEZ, (Mexican, 1918-2009), Seated Woman #1, 1965, oil on paper, sheet: 22 3/4 x 17 3/8 in., frame: 29 1/2 x 24 in.
        May. 05, 2019

        RICARDO MARTINEZ, (Mexican, 1918-2009), Seated Woman #1, 1965, oil on paper, sheet: 22 3/4 x 17 3/8 in., frame: 29 1/2 x 24 in.

        Est: $2,000 - $4,000

        RICARDO MARTINEZ (Mexican, 1918-2009) Seated Woman #1 1965, oil on paper signed and dated Ricardo Martinez 65, l.r. sheet: 22 3/4 x 17 3/8 in., frame: 29 1/2 x 24 in. Other Notes: Forsythe Gallery, Ann Arbor, Michigan label verso.

        Grogan & Company
      • RICARDO MARTÍNEZ, Madre e hijo, Signed and dated 71. Oil and graphite pencil on paper, 23 x 23.5 cm / 9.0 x 9.2 inches.
        May. 17, 2018

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ, Madre e hijo, Signed and dated 71. Oil and graphite pencil on paper, 23 x 23.5 cm / 9.0 x 9.2 inches.

        Est: $50,000 - $80,000

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ, Madre e hijo, Signed and dated 71. Oil and graphite pencil on paper, 23 x 23.5 cm / 9.0 x 9.2 inches. Estimado $ 50,000-80,000 RICARDO MARTÍNEZ (Ciudad de México, 1918 - Ciudad de México, 2009) Madre e hijo Firmado y fechado 71 Óleo y lápiz de grafito sobre papel Esta obra será registrada para el catálogo razonado del Dr. Mark Ruben con núm. RM-71013. Agradecemos a la Fundación Ricardo Martínez de Hoyos A.C. por la verificación de autenticidad de esta obra, abril del 2018. Con etiqueta de Bernard Lewin Gallery. "Ricardo Martínez fue un artista reconocido a nivel nacional e internacional; un pintor cultísimo y de un temperamento reservado como pocos. El silencio fue para él una forma de ser y de vivir, pero también una metodología creativa; de ahí que fuera, asimismo, una magnitud presente en su imaginario, uno que expandió su poder de seducción por la vía ardua de la reiteración y el énfasis. Su cuadros cierran el espectáculo de producción de identidad que fue el arte moderno mexicano, y su enunciación mitologizante se encuentra, cara a cara y cuerpo a cuerpo, con la potencia desmedida de la prestidigitación perceptualista". Erik Castillo. Fuente consultada: CASTILLO, Erik et ál. Ricardo Martínez. México. Editorial RM, Museo de la Ciudad de México, 2012, Pág. 79. 23 x 23.5 cm USD $2,700-$4,300

        Morton Subastas
      • RICARDO MARTÍNEZ (1918-2009) | Figura femenina
        Nov. 21, 2017

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ (1918-2009) | Figura femenina

        Est: $40,000 - $60,000

        oil on canvas

        Sotheby's
      • RICARDO MARTÍNEZ, Untitled, Signed and dated 09, Graphite pencil on paper, 21.5 x 28 cm / 8.4 x 11 inches, With certificate
        Oct. 26, 2017

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ, Untitled, Signed and dated 09, Graphite pencil on paper, 21.5 x 28 cm / 8.4 x 11 inches, With certificate

        Est: $36,000 - $50,000

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ, Untitled, Signed and dated 09, Graphite pencil on paper, 21.5 x 28 cm / 8.4 x 11 inches, With certificate Estimado $ 36,000-50,000 RICARDO MARTÍNEZ (Ciudad de México, 1918 - Ciudad de México, 2009) Sin título Firmado y fechado 09 Lápiz de grafito sobre papel Con dedicatoria. Con certificado de la Fundación Ricardo Martínez, octubre del 2014. Esta obra será registrada para el Catálogo Razonado del Dr. Mark Ruben con núm. RM-07038. 21.5 x 28 cm

        Morton Subastas
      • Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009)
        Oct. 25, 2017

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009)

        Est: $30,000 - $50,000

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Mujer con fuego (rojo), 1960 45 1/4 x 33 3/8 in. (114.9 x 84.8 cm)

        Bonhams
      • RICARDO MARTÍNEZ, Mujer con brazos arriba, Signed and dated 99, Graphite pencil on paper, 19 x 23 cm / 7.4 x 9 inches.
        Aug. 24, 2017

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ, Mujer con brazos arriba, Signed and dated 99, Graphite pencil on paper, 19 x 23 cm / 7.4 x 9 inches.

        Est: $18,000 - $25,000

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ, Mujer con brazos arriba, Signed and dated 99, Graphite pencil on paper, 19 x 23 cm / 7.4 x 9 inches. RICARDO MARTÍNEZ (Ciudad de México, 1918 - Ciudad de México, 2009) Mujer con brazos arriba Firmado y fechado 99 Lápiz de grafito sobre papel Con dedicatoria. Esta obra será registrada para el Catálogo Razonado del Dr. Mark Ruben con núm. RM-99014. Presenta ligeros detalles de conservación. 19 x 23 cm

        Morton Subastas
      • Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Hombre con fondo amarillo
        Nov. 23, 2016

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Hombre con fondo amarillo

        Est: $30,000 - $40,000

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Hombre con fondo amarillo oil on canvas 23 5/8 x 31 ½ in (60 x 80 cm.)

        Christie's
      • Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Figure in Green
        Nov. 22, 2016

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Figure in Green

        Est: $60,000 - $80,000

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Figure in Green oil on canvas 23 ½ x 35 ½ in. (59.7 x 90.2 cm.)

        Christie's
      • Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Untitled
        Nov. 20, 2015

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Untitled

        Est: -

        Ricardo Martínez (1918-2009) Untitled

        Christie's
      • RICARDO MARTÍNEZ, Naturaleza muerta con claveles, 1943, Sin firma, Óleo sobre tela, 83 x 63 cm
        Nov. 12, 2015

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ, Naturaleza muerta con claveles, 1943, Sin firma, Óleo sobre tela, 83 x 63 cm

        Est: $220,000 - $300,000

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ (Ciudad de México, 1918 - Ciudad de México, 2009) Naturaleza muerta con claveles, 1943 Sin firma Óleo sobre tela Procedencia: adquirido directamente al artista. Publicado en: BONIFAZ NUÑO, Rubén. Ricardo Martínez. México. CONACULTA, INBA, 1994, Pág. 55. Catálogo de la exposición antólogica presentada en el Palacio de Bellas Artes de septiembre a noviembre de 1994. BONIFAZ NUÑO, Rubén. Ricardo Martínez. México. Dirección General de Publicaciones, UNAM, 1965, catalogado 3. Con carta de agradecimiento por el préstamo de la obra al Palacio de Bellas Artes, 1994. Con etiqueta del Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes. Esta pintura sufrió un percance por lo cual fue restaurada, perdiendo la firma. El carácter de universalidad, entendida como la creación de un orden totalizador y sin muerte, hace de Martínez un pintor clásico y el más significativo de nuestra actualidad artística. En su obra vienen a confluir las victorias aseguradas por muchas generaciones de pintores mexicanos, cuyas luchas y cuyas realizaciones alcanzan, a la vez que ponen en ella, un impulso último y un sentido. En su primera época, la poesía melancólica y quebradiza traspasaba sus cuadros e ilustraba anécdotas en exceso literarias que comenzaron a establecerse en formas cada vez más pictóricas. Fuente consultada: BONIFAZ NUÑO, Rubén. Ricardo Martínez. México. Dirección General de Publicaciones, UNAM, 1965, pp. 10 y 11. 83 x 63 cm USD $12,900-$17,600

        Morton Subastas
      • RICARDO MARTINEZ, (MEXICAN, 1918-2009), "HIJO PRODIGO III"
        Nov. 01, 2015

        RICARDO MARTINEZ, (MEXICAN, 1918-2009), "HIJO PRODIGO III"

        Est: $50,000 - $70,000

        RICARDO MARTINEZ (mexican, 1918-2009)/span "HIJO PRODIGO III" Signed and dated 1968 bottom right, oil on canvas. 79 1/8 x 41 1/4 in. (201 x 109.9cm) provenance: /spanThe Estate of Adele Lebowitz, McLean, Virginia. exhibited:/span "Pintura de Ricardo Martinez," Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City, Mexico, February- April 1969, exhibition no. 37 (illustrated).

        Freeman's
      • Ricardo Martínez (Mexican 1918-2009) Mujer sentada oil on canvas 41¼ x 31½
        Nov. 24, 2014

        Ricardo Martínez (Mexican 1918-2009) Mujer sentada oil on canvas 41¼ x 31½

        Est: $30,000 - $40,000

        Ricardo Martínez (Mexican 1918-2009) Mujer sentada oil on canvas 41¼ x 31½ in. (104.8 x 80 cm.)

        Christie's
      • Ricardo Martínez (Mexican 1918-2009) Desnudo azul oil on canvas 78¼ x 43¼ i
        Nov. 24, 2014

        Ricardo Martínez (Mexican 1918-2009) Desnudo azul oil on canvas 78¼ x 43¼ i

        Est: $70,000 - $90,000

        Ricardo Martínez (Mexican 1918-2009) Desnudo azul oil on canvas 78¼ x 43¼ in. (198.8 x 109.9 cm.)

        Christie's
      • RICARDO MARTÍNEZ, (Mexican 1918-2009), Mujer, 1964, Oil on paper, H 5¾ x W 4½ inches
        Mar. 20, 2014

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ, (Mexican 1918-2009), Mujer, 1964, Oil on paper, H 5¾ x W 4½ inches

        Est: $2,800 - $4,000

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ (Mexican 1918-2009) Mujer, 1964 Oil on paper Signed Ricardo Martinez and dated on right H 5 3/4 x W 4 1/2 inches

        Morton Auctioneers & Appraisers
      • RICARDO MARTÍNEZ(1918-2009)
        May. 28, 2013

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ(1918-2009)

        Est: $25,000 - $35,000

        PROPERTY  FROM  A  PRIVATE  NORTH  AMERICAN  COLLECTION FIGURA  CON  AGUA signed  and  dated  63  lower  right oil  on  canvas 17  3/4    by  19  3/4    in. 45  by  50.1  cm

        Sotheby's
      • Ricardo Martínez (Mexican 1918-2009)
        Nov. 20, 2012

        Ricardo Martínez (Mexican 1918-2009)

        Est: $35,000 - $45,000

        Ricardo Martínez (Mexican 1918-2009) Mujer con niño signed and dated 'Ricardo Martínez 78' (lower right) oil on canvas 45¼ x 33½ in. (114.9 x 85.1 cm.) Painted in 1978.

        Christie's
      • RICARDO MARTÍNEZ, Hombre en reposo, Firmado y fechado 75. Óleo sobre tela, 50.5 x 60.5 cm
        Sep. 06, 2012

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ, Hombre en reposo, Firmado y fechado 75. Óleo sobre tela, 50.5 x 60.5 cm

        Est: $300,000 - $400,000

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ Hombre en reposo Firmado y fechado 75. Óleo sobre tela. Con número de Registro RM-75038. (N. Ciudad de México, 1918 - Ciudad de México, 2009) "En Ricardo Martínez, en el primer contacto, nos sorprende la pulcritud de la composición, la economía de medios; y reconocemos que para su claridad nada sobra, ni para aquella que va surgiendo del influjo de la contemplación. Y esa pulcritud y esa economía van mostrando lo que es opulenta suma de detalles privativos de la pintura. Energía que nos conturba y pone en movimiento a la imaginación que toma conciencia de la honda verdad de la pintura, de lo que desborda de la mera identidad textual del objeto, en una imagen diestramente conseguida. La obra de Ricardo Martínez es dueña, en alto grado, de tal excelencia". Luis Cardoza y Aragón. Véase: MUÑOZ, Miguel Ángel, et al. "Atmósferas. Ricardo Martínez". México. CONACULTA - INBA - Siglo XXI, 2007. Pág. 140. 50.5 x 60.5 cm

        Morton Subastas
      • Ricardo Martínez (Mexican 1918-2009)
        May. 27, 2011

        Ricardo Martínez (Mexican 1918-2009)

        Est: -

        Ricardo Martínez (Mexican 1918-2009) Untitled signed and dated 'Ricardo Martínez 56' (lower left) oil on canvas 59 x 35 3/8 in. (150 x 90 cm.) Painted in 1956.

        Christie's
      • RICARDO MARTÍNEZ (1918-2009)
        May. 26, 2011

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ (1918-2009)

        Est: $40,000 - $60,000

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ (1918-2009) FIGURA YACENTE signed and dated 80 lower right; also signed and dated on the stretcher on the reverse oil on canvas 43 1/4 by 78 5/8 in. 109.8 by 200 cm

        Sotheby's
      • Ricardo Martínez (Mexican 1918-2009)
        May. 26, 2011

        Ricardo Martínez (Mexican 1918-2009)

        Est: $35,000 - $45,000

        Ricardo Martínez (Mexican 1918-2009) Vendedor de quesos signed and dated 'Ricardo Martínez, 56' (lower right) oil on canvas 41¼ x 31½ in. (105 x 80 cm.) Painted in 1958.

        Christie's
      • Ricardo Martínez (Mexican 1918-2009)
        May. 26, 2011

        Ricardo Martínez (Mexican 1918-2009)

        Est: $40,000 - $60,000

        Ricardo Martínez (Mexican 1918-2009) Untitled signed and dated 'Ricardo Martínez 56' (lower left) oil on canvas 59 x 35 3/8 in. (150 x 90 cm.) Painted in 1956.

        Christie's
      • RICARDO MARTÍNEZ (1918-2009)
        May. 25, 2011

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ (1918-2009)

        Est: $40,000 - $60,000

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ (1918-2009) FIGURA YACENTE signed and dated 80 lower right; also signed and dated on the stretcher on the reverse oil on canvas 43 1/4 by 78 5/8 in. 109.8 by 200 cm

        Sotheby's
      • RICARDO MARTÍNEZ (1918-2009)
        May. 25, 2011

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ (1918-2009)

        Est: $25,000 - $35,000

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ (1918-2009) FIGURA YACENTE dated 72 and inscribed: Para Jorge, grande amigo de Ricardo Martinez lower right oil on canvas 33 1/2 by 45 3/8 in. 85 by 115.4 cm

        Sotheby's
      • Ricardo Martinez Mexican/American, b. 1918 Man in Profile, 1960
        Nov. 10, 2010

        Ricardo Martinez Mexican/American, b. 1918 Man in Profile, 1960

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Ricardo Martinez Mexican/American, b. 1918 Man in Profile, 1960 Signed Ricardo Martinez and dated 60 (ll) Oil on canvas 10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.3 cm)

        Doyle New York
      • Ricardo Martinez Mexican/American, b. 1918 Mother and Child, 1959
        Sep. 28, 2010

        Ricardo Martinez Mexican/American, b. 1918 Mother and Child, 1959

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Ricardo Martinez Mexican/American, b. 1918 Mother and Child, 1959 Signed Ricardo Martinez and dated 59 (lr); inscribed 2649A on the reverse Pencil and gouache on paper 5 x 3 inches

        Doyle New York
      • RICARDO MARTÍNEZ (B. 1918)
        Nov. 18, 2009

        RICARDO MARTÍNEZ (B. 1918)

        Est: $30,000 - $40,000

        FIGURA YACENTE SOBRE FONDO ROJO signed and dated 79 lower right

        Sotheby's
      • MARTINEZ, Ricardo. O/C Nude with Ball
        Nov. 16, 2009

        MARTINEZ, Ricardo. O/C Nude with Ball

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Signed lower left. Size: 29.5 x 16.25. Condition: good. Ricardo Martinez, United States/Mexico, 1918-. Provenance: Manhattan estate.

        Clarke Auction Gallery
      • Ricardo Martínez (Mexican b. 1918)
        May. 28, 2009

        Ricardo Martínez (Mexican b. 1918)

        Est: $20,000 - $25,000

        Ricardo Martínez (Mexican b. 1918) Figura sentada signed and dated 'Ricardo Martínez 79' (lower right) also titled, dated and signed again 'FIGURA SENTADA, 1979, Ricardo Martínez' (on the reverse) oil on canvas 41½ x 31½ in. (105.4 x 80 cm.) Painted in 1979.

        Christie's
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