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    • FANNY RABEL Gente Encerrada.
      Mar. 14, 2024

      FANNY RABEL Gente Encerrada.

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      FANNY RABEL Gente Encerrada. Acrylic and oil on canvas on Masonite, 1966. 612x501 mm; 24⅛x19¾ inches. Provenance: Gifted by the artist to private collection, Chile and Israel, 1960s; thence by descent to current owner, private collection, Israel. Exhibited: Salón de la Plástica Mexicana, Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, with the label. Published: Enrique F. Gual, La Pintura de Fanny Rabel, 1968, page 30 (illustrated). Rabel (1922-2008) is considered the first modern female muralist in Mexico, but also worked in variety of other media including painting, engraving, drawing and ceramic sculpture. Born in Poland, her family moved to Paris in 1929 before settling in Mexico in 1936. She initially studied drawing and engraving at the Escuela Nocturna para Trabajadores, then continued her training at the Escuela Nacional de Pintura, Escultura, y Grabado, Mexico City, in 1942. She was one of four students, nicknamed "Los Fridos," who studied under Frida Kahlo at her home in Mexico City, known as the Casa Azul. Rabel apprenticed with the important Mexican muralists Diego Rivera (1886-1957) and David A. Siqueiros (1896-1974), and completed numerous murals herself, including her most significant work La Ronda en el Tiempo, 1964 , located in the Museo Nacional de Antropología, Mexico City. During the mid-20th century, Rabel's style shows the influence of Kahlo's surrealist and magic realist tendencies, revealed in the dreamlike scene of the current oil painting, which shows three heads surrounded by concentric shapes resembling stonework.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • ATTRIBUTED BY THE OWNER TO FANNY RABEL (1922-2008)
      Dec. 10, 2023

      ATTRIBUTED BY THE OWNER TO FANNY RABEL (1922-2008)

      Est: $400 - $500

      City landscape in a unique technique, paint on wood. Unclear signature Gilded wooden frame, on top of a large frame The painting was purchased in Mexico about 50 years ago Dimensions: 38-45 cm With frame: 55-62 cm

      Alma
    • Fanny Rabel, Poland, Mexico (1922 - 2008), Portrait of Girl, lithograph, 24"H x 18"W
      Oct. 28, 2023

      Fanny Rabel, Poland, Mexico (1922 - 2008), Portrait of Girl, lithograph, 24"H x 18"W

      Est: $100 - $200

      Fanny Rabel Poland, Mexico, (1922 - 2008) Portrait of Girl lithograph Signed lower right, numbered 169/275 lower left. Biography from AnnexGalleries.com: Printmaker, painter, and muralist Fanny Rabel was born Fanny Rabinovich in Poland 0n September 27, 1922, to Polish-Jewish parents who made their living as traveling actors. They moved throughout Europe when she was a child, eventually settling in Paris in 1929. However, with the rise of Nazi persecution of Jews, they permanently relocated to Mexico in 1937. Rabel attended the Escuela Nocturna para Trabajadores where she took classes in drawing and engraving. Her interest in art as activism grew as World War II took effect, and she collaborated with members of the Taller Grafica Popular (TGP) such as David Alfaro Siqueiros, Antonio Rodriguez Luna, and other politically-minded artists. In 1940 she was invited to help paint a mural for the Mexican Electricians Union titled "Retrato de la Burguesia" (Portrait of the Bourgeoisie), an anti-war mural depicting Nazi atrocities. She was considered the first woman muralist in Mexico at the time, as well as one of the youngest female artists to be associated with Mexican muralism. In 1942 she enrolled at the Escuela Nacional de Pintura, Escultura, y Grabado (the School of Painting, Sculpture, and Printmaking) in Mexico City. She took classes alongside Frida Kahlo, Jose Chavez Moreno, and Feliciano Pena, with whom she became close. She was invited to attend classes at Kahlo's famed Casa Azul, and in 1945 she participated in her first exhibition with oils, drawings, and engravings at the Liga Popular Israelita de Mexico (Jewish People's League of Mexico). She officially joined the TGP and the Salon de la Plastica in 1950, and worked as an assistant to Diego Riviera when he made the frescoes for the National Palace. She was also an apprentice to David Alfaro Siqueiros. Rabel maintained a connection to political struggle through her artwork, and set herself apart from her contemporaries by avoiding images of physical violence or struggle and using quieter imagery that invited introspection: solemn portraits of children and families, often poor and with faces reflecting the Indigenous peoples of Mexico. She was encouraged by the words of fellow TGP artist and friend Leopoldo Mendez, who, when Rabel felt her work did not fit in with the masculine works of most leading artists, said that tender imagery is also important to political struggle. Unlike many artists she knew in the cosmopolitan Mexico City, she participated in the entertainment of the working class, attending live concerts and enjoying popular radio and film of both Mexico and the U.S., things that leading art scenes often eschewed. She continued to work until well into the 1980s, exhibiting nationally and internationally. Her most important mural, "Ronda en el Tiempo," created 1964-1965, is in the permanent collection of the Museo Nacional de Antropologia. Her work is in the collections of New York Public Library; the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.; the Royal Academy of Denmark; the National Library in Paris; Casa de las Americas in Havana, Cuba; and the Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City, among others. Major retrospectives include "La Fanney de los Fridos" at the House of the First Print Shop in the Americas, Mexico City, 2007, and a memorial retrospective in 2009, "Retrospectiva in Memoriam, Fanny Rabel (1922-2008)", at the Universidad Popular Autonoma del Estado de Puebla. Fanny Rabel died in Mexico City on November 25, 2008.

      Ripley Auctions
    • Fanny Rabel (1922-2008) Poland Mexico Alexander Zarick (1930-1983) Connecticut (two)
      Sep. 06, 2023

      Fanny Rabel (1922-2008) Poland Mexico Alexander Zarick (1930-1983) Connecticut (two)

      Est: $100 - $200

      Fanny Rabel Las CONSECUENCIAS DE HABLAR (The Consequences of Speaking), ink with acrylic painting on paper or card, signed lower right, sight 6 x 9”, frame 14 ½ x 17 ½” with glass; Alexander Zarick FIGURE, oil painting on board, signed lower right, sight 8 ¼ x 5 ¼”, frame 17 x 14 ¼” with glass. (2)

      Clark's Fine Art & Auctioneers Inc.
    • FANNY RABEL (Polish / Mexican, 1922 - 2008). Pensive Boy, Limited edition lithograph numbered 207 of an edition of 273. Signed lower ha
      Apr. 27, 2023

      FANNY RABEL (Polish / Mexican, 1922 - 2008). Pensive Boy, Limited edition lithograph numbered 207 of an edition of 273. Signed lower ha

      Est: $150 - $250

      FANNY RABEL (Polish / Mexican, 1922 - 2008). Pensive Boy, Limited edition lithograph numbered 207 of an edition of 273. Signed lower hand corner. Framed. Not examined out of frame. - 12.5" x 25.5"; Frame: 16" x 31.5"

      Sloans & Kenyon
    • FANNY RABEL (Polish / Mexican, 1922 - 2008). Pensive Boy, Limited edition lithograph numbered 207 of an edition of 273. Signed lower ha
      Mar. 23, 2023

      FANNY RABEL (Polish / Mexican, 1922 - 2008). Pensive Boy, Limited edition lithograph numbered 207 of an edition of 273. Signed lower ha

      Est: $200 - $300

      FANNY RABEL (Polish / Mexican, 1922 - 2008). Pensive Boy, Limited edition lithograph numbered 207 of an edition of 273. Signed lower hand corner. Framed. Not examined out of frame. - 12.5" x 25.5"; Frame: 16" x 31.5"

      Sloans & Kenyon
    • FANNY RABEL Gente Encerrada.
      Mar. 23, 2023

      FANNY RABEL Gente Encerrada.

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      FANNY RABEL Gente Encerrada. Acrylic and oil on canvas on Masonite, 1966. 612x501 mm; 24 1/8x19 3/4 inches. Provenance: Gifted by the artist to private collection, Chile and Israel, 1960s; thence by descent to current owner, private collection, Israel. Exhibited: Salón de la Plástica Mexicana, Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, with the label. Published: Enrique F. Gual, La Pintura de Fanny Rabel, 1968, page 30 (illustrated). Rabel (1922-2008) is considered the first modern female muralist in Mexico, but also worked in variety of other media including painting, engraving, drawing and ceramic sculpture. Born in Poland, her family moved to Paris in 1929 before settling in Mexico in 1936. She initially studied drawing and engraving at the Escuela Nocturna para Trabajadores, then continued her training at the Escuela Nacional de Pintura, Escultura, y Grabado, Mexico City, in 1942. She was one of four students, nicknamed "Los Fridos," who studied under Frida Kahlo at her home in Mexico City, known as the Casa Azul. Rabel apprenticed with the important Mexican muralists Diego Rivera (1886-1957) and David A. Siqueiros (1896-1974), and completed numerous murals herself, including her most significant work La Ronda en el Tiempo, 1964 , located in the Museo Nacional de Antropología, Mexico City. During the mid-20th century, Rabel's style shows the influence of Kahlo's surrealist and magic realist tendencies, revealed in the dreamlike scene of the current oil painting, which shows three heads surrounded by concentric shapes resembling stonework.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • Fanny Rabel (1922-2008), Polish / Mexican School, Signed lithograph, Half length portrait of a femal
      Feb. 27, 2023

      Fanny Rabel (1922-2008), Polish / Mexican School, Signed lithograph, Half length portrait of a femal

      Est: £40 - £60

      Fanny Rabel (1922-2008), Polish / Mexican School, Signed lithograph, Half length portrait of a female nude. Signed in pencil lower left. Approx. 13 1/4" x 9 1/4"

      Claydon Auctioneers
    • FANNY RABEL (Polish / Mexican, 1922 - 2008). Pensive Boy, Limited edition lithograph numbered 207 of an edition of 273. Signed lower ha
      Feb. 09, 2023

      FANNY RABEL (Polish / Mexican, 1922 - 2008). Pensive Boy, Limited edition lithograph numbered 207 of an edition of 273. Signed lower ha

      Est: $250 - $350

      FANNY RABEL (Polish / Mexican, 1922 - 2008). Pensive Boy, Limited edition lithograph numbered 207 of an edition of 273. Signed lower hand corner. Framed. Not examined out of frame. - 12.5" x 25.5"; Frame: 16" x 31.5"

      Sloans & Kenyon
    • Fanny Rabel (1922-2008), Polish / Mexican School, Signed lithograph, Half length portrait of a femal
      Dec. 31, 2022

      Fanny Rabel (1922-2008), Polish / Mexican School, Signed lithograph, Half length portrait of a femal

      Est: £40 - £60

      Fanny Rabel (1922-2008), Polish / Mexican School, Signed lithograph, Half length portrait of a female nude. Signed in pencil lower left. Approx. 13 1/4" x 9 1/4"

      Claydon Auctioneers
    • Fanny Rabel, American, 1922-2008
      Sep. 10, 2022

      Fanny Rabel, American, 1922-2008

      Est: $100 - $25,000

      Child With Toy, 1948, Drypoint Etching On Paper, Pencil Signed And Dated Lower Left, Plate 4.5 x 3.75 Inches, Gilt Wood Frame 10 x 8.5 x 1 Inches, Toned

      J. Garrett Auctioneers
    • FANNY RABEL MID CENTURY WATERCOLOR PAINTING
      Aug. 13, 2022

      FANNY RABEL MID CENTURY WATERCOLOR PAINTING

      Est: $100 - $150

      A mid century watercolor and pencil portrait painting of a boy by Fanny Rabel, Mexican, 1922 to 2008. Signed upper left. Additionally signed with the initials P.H. and titled on verso. One of a kind artwork. Matted and framed. Fanny Rabel, born Fanny Rabinovich, was a Polish-born Mexican artist who is considered to be the first modern female muralist and one of the youngest associated with the Mexican muralism of the early to mid 20th century. American Watercolor Paintings For Collectors.

      Antique Arena Inc
    • Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008),
      May. 27, 2022

      Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008),

      Est: £50 - £80

      Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008), half-length portrait of a female nude, signed l.r., lithograph, 33 by 23cm, framed

      Kinghams Auctioneers
    • FANNY RABEL (POLISH/MEXICAN, 1922-) NINO CON MANZANA Lithograph: 22 1/2 x 16 1/2 in. (sight), 24 x 18 in. (framed)
      Mar. 23, 2022

      FANNY RABEL (POLISH/MEXICAN, 1922-) NINO CON MANZANA Lithograph: 22 1/2 x 16 1/2 in. (sight), 24 x 18 in. (framed)

      Est: $100 - $200

      FANNY RABEL (POLISH/MEXICAN, 1922-) NINO CON MANZANA Lithograph: 22 1/2 x 16 1/2 in. (sight), 24 x 18 in. (framed) Framed; lower left numbered: 238/275; lower right signed: Fanny Rabel; verso Collector's Guild New York label Provenance: Estate of Mirtha V. Perea

      Potomack Company
    • FANNY RABEL La Familia.
      Mar. 10, 2022

      FANNY RABEL La Familia.

      Est: $5,000 - $8,000

      FANNY RABEL La Familia. Acrylic on Masonite, 1956. 1220x910 mm; 48x35 7/8 inches. Signed and dated in oil, lower right recto. Provenance: With the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Museo Nactional, Mexico City, with the label; private collection, New York. Rabel (1922-2008) is considered the first modern female muralist in Mexico, but also worked in painting, engraving, drawing and ceramic sculpture. Born in Poland, her family moved to Paris in 1929 before settling in Mexico in 1936. She studied drawing and engraving at the Escuela Nocturna para Trabajadores before continuing her training at the Escuela Nacional de Pintura, Escultura, y Grabado, Mexico City, in 1942. She was one of four students, nicknamed "Los Fridos," who studied under Frida Kahlo at her home in Mexico City, the Casa Azul. Rabel apprenticed with the important muralists Diego Rivera (1886-1957) and David A. Siqueiros (1896-1974), and completed numerous murals herself, including her most significant work La Ronda en el Tiempo, 1964 , located in the Museo Nacional de Antropología, Mexico City. She was a member of the Salón de la Plástica Mexicana and the Taller de Gráfica Popular. Her work focused on themes of injustice, Mexican culture and family, and later in her career she created work related to ecology.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • Fanny Rabel (1922-2008) Mexico, Pastel / Sketch
      Feb. 27, 2022

      Fanny Rabel (1922-2008) Mexico, Pastel / Sketch

      Est: $500 - $1,000

      This is a pencil and pastel sketch by Mexican artist, Fanny Rabel (1922-2008) titled "Young Boy." It is signed in the lower right. Rabel us considered to be the first modern female muralist. She was an assistant and apprentice to Diego Rivera. She has had a number of exhibitions and her work can be found in the collections in over 15 countries. Overall size: 16 x 13 in. Sight size: 10 1/2 x 7 1/2 in

      Sarasota Estate Auction
    • Fanny Rabel (1922-2008) Mexico, Pastel Sketch
      Dec. 12, 2021

      Fanny Rabel (1922-2008) Mexico, Pastel Sketch

      Est: $500 - $1,000

      This is a pencil and pastel sketch by Mexican artist, Fanny Rabel (1922-2008) titled "Young Boy." It is signed in the lower right. Rabel us considered to be the first modern female muralist. She was an assistant and apprentice to Diego Rivera. She has had a number of exhibitions and her work can be found in the collections in over 15 countries. Overall size: 16 x 13 in. Sight size: 10 1/2 x 7 1/2 in.

      Sarasota Estate Auction
    • FANNY RABEL (POLISH, 1922-) NINO CON MANZANA Lithograph: 22 1/2 x 16 1/2 in. (sight), 24 x 18 in. (framed)
      Nov. 23, 2021

      FANNY RABEL (POLISH, 1922-) NINO CON MANZANA Lithograph: 22 1/2 x 16 1/2 in. (sight), 24 x 18 in. (framed)

      Est: $200 - $300

      FANNY RABEL (POLISH, 1922-) NINO CON MANZANA Lithograph: 22 1/2 x 16 1/2 in. (sight), 24 x 18 in. (framed) Framed; lower left numbered: 238/275; lower right signed: Fanny Rabel; verso Collector's Guild New York label Provenance: Estate of Mirtha V. Perea

      Potomack Company
    • FANNY RABEL Críticas de arte.
      Mar. 04, 2021

      FANNY RABEL Críticas de arte.

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      FANNY RABEL Críticas de arte. Acrylic on canvas, 1966. 1090x710 mm; 42 3/4x28 inches. Signed and dated in acrylic, lower left recto. Ex-collection Garelick's Gallery, Detroit, with the label on the frame back; private collection, Boston. Rabel (1922-2008) is considered the first modern female muralist in Mexico, but also worked in painting, engraving, drawing and ceramic sculpture. Born in Poland, her family moved to Paris in 1929 before settling in Mexico in 1936. She studied drawing and engraving at the Escuela Nocturna para Trabajadores before continuing her training at the Escuela Nacional de Pintura, Escultura, y Grabado, Mexico City, in 1942. She was one of four students, nicknamed "Los Fridos", who studied under Frida Kahlo at her home, the Casa Azul. Rabel apprenticed with the important muralists Diego Rivera (1886-1957, see lots 179-183) and David Alfaro Siqueiros (1896-1974, see lot 199), and completed numerous murals herself, the most signifcant is the 1964 work La Ronda en el Tiempo located in the Museo Nacional de Antropología, Mexico City. She was a member of the Salón de la Plástica Mexicana and the Taller de Gráfica Popular. Her work focused on themes of injustice, and later in her career she created work related to ecology.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008) Young Boy, 1952
      Dec. 10, 2020

      Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008) Young Boy, 1952

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008) Young Boy, 1952 acrylic on board signed Fanny Rabel and dated (lower right) 35 x 23 ¼ inches. Property from an Important Colorado Collection

      Hindman
    • Fanny Rabel. Untitled. Charcoal on cardboard. Signed lower right
      Nov. 22, 2019

      Fanny Rabel. Untitled. Charcoal on cardboard. Signed lower right

      Est: -

      Fanny Rabel Untitled Charcoal on cardboard Signed lower right

      Casa de Subastas Odalys
    • FANNY RABEL 1922-2008 COLRED LITHOGRAPH SIGNED
      Nov. 12, 2019

      FANNY RABEL 1922-2008 COLRED LITHOGRAPH SIGNED

      Est: $200 - $300

      114/275 Of a young girl. Measures 18" X 22" plus frame. Signed lower right. Excellent condition . Third party shipping is required

      Elite Auctioneers, LLC
    • Fanny Rabel (Poland/Mexico, 1922-2008), Mother & Child
      Jun. 29, 2019

      Fanny Rabel (Poland/Mexico, 1922-2008), Mother & Child

      Est: $25 - $25,000

      Fanny Rabel (Poland/Mexico, 1922-2008), Mother & Child graphite on paper, signed at lower left, presented under glass in a period frame. DOA 30.75 x 24.25 in. Born in Poland, Fanny Rabel and her family moved to Mexico in 1938. In Mexico City, she studied art at the Escuela Nacional de Pintura, Escultura y Grabado "La Esmeralda", where she met and became friends with Frida Kahlo. She became the only female member of “Los Fridos” a group of students under Kahlo’s tutelage. She also worked as an assistant and apprentice to Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros, painting a number of murals of her own during her career. Additional high-resolution photos are available at LelandLittle.com

      Leland Little Auctions
    • Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - Cd de Méx, 2008) De los Poetas. Grabado. Firmado y fechado 1970. Detalles de conservación. Sin enmarcar.
      Oct. 27, 2018

      Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - Cd de Méx, 2008) De los Poetas. Grabado. Firmado y fechado 1970. Detalles de conservación. Sin enmarcar.

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - Ciudad de México, 2008) De los Poetas. Grabado. Firmado y fechado 1970. Detalles de conservación. Sin enmarcar. 29 x 24 cm *Fue una destacada artista mexicana de origen polaco, que realizó una amplia obra artística en los campos de la pintura mural, de caballete, grabado y escenografía. Discípula de Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera y David Alfaro Siqueiros, Rabel comenzó su carrera en el estilo realista de la Escuela Mexicana de Pintura y más adelante encontró su propio estilo expresivo y su propia temática, con una fuerte inclinación a la crítica social, incluyendo la situación social de las mujeres. Por su ubicación, en el área educativa del Museo Nacional de Antropología en la Ciudad de México, uno de sus murales más conocidos es Ronda en el Tiempo (1964-1965). Estimado $2,000-3,000

      Morton Subastas
    • FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed and dated 1974, Charcoal on paper, 50 x 34.5 cm
      Oct. 11, 2018

      FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed and dated 1974, Charcoal on paper, 50 x 34.5 cm

      Est: $8,000 - $12,000

      FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed and dated 1974, Charcoal on paper, 50 x 34.5 cm Estimado $8,000-12,000 FANNY RABEL (Polonia, 1922 - Ciudad de México, 2008) Sin título Firmado y fechado 1974 Carboncillo sobre papel 50 x 34.5 cm

      Morton Subastas
    • Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - Cd de Méx, 2008) De los Poetas. Grabado. Firmado y fechado 1970. Detalles de conservación. Sin enmarcar.
      Oct. 06, 2018

      Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - Cd de Méx, 2008) De los Poetas. Grabado. Firmado y fechado 1970. Detalles de conservación. Sin enmarcar.

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - Ciudad de México, 2008) De los Poetas. Grabado. Firmado y fechado 1970. Detalles de conservación. Sin enmarcar. 29 x 24 cm *Fue una destacada artista mexicana de origen polaco, que realizó una amplia obra artística en los campos de la pintura mural, de caballete, grabado y escenografía. Discípula de Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera y David Alfaro Siqueiros, Rabel comenzó su carrera en el estilo realista de la Escuela Mexicana de Pintura y más adelante encontró su propio estilo expresivo y su propia temática, con una fuerte inclinación a la crítica social, incluyendo la situación social de las mujeres. Por su ubicación, en el área educativa del Museo Nacional de Antropología en la Ciudad de México, uno de sus murales más conocidos es Ronda en el Tiempo (1964-1965). Estimado $2,000-3,000

      Morton Subastas
    • Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - Cd de Méx. 2008) Nuestra Tierra. Litografía. Firmada y fechada 1958. Con sello "José Sánchez A. Litógrafo"
      Sep. 29, 2018

      Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - Cd de Méx. 2008) Nuestra Tierra. Litografía. Firmada y fechada 1958. Con sello "José Sánchez A. Litógrafo"

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - Ciudad de México, 2008) Nuestra Tierra. Litografía. Firmada y fechada 1958. Con sello "José Sánchez A. Litógrafo Impresor. T.G.P. México D.F.". Sin enmarcar. Detalles de conservación. 33 x 50 cm Estimado $3,000-5,000

      Morton Subastas
    • Obras gráficas y pictóricas. Consta de: Manuel de los Ángeles Sosa. En Salina Cruz. Óleo sobre tela. Entre otros. Piezas: 4
      Sep. 29, 2018

      Obras gráficas y pictóricas. Consta de: Manuel de los Ángeles Sosa. En Salina Cruz. Óleo sobre tela. Entre otros. Piezas: 4

      Est: $1,300 - $1,500

      Lote de 3 obras pictóricas y 1 gráfica. Consta de: a) Manuel de los Ángeles Sosa. En Salina Cruz. Óleo sobre tela. Firmado y fechado al reverso 2001. Sin enmarcar. Dimensiones: 43 x 28 cm. b) Fanny Rabel. Rostro de niña. Litografía sin número de tiraje. Firmada y fechada México 1962. Enmarcada. Dimensiones: 30.5 x 23.5 cm. c) Lourdes Valdés "Lucas". Cerca del cielo. Óleo sobre lino. Firmado y fechado 05 al frente y al reverso. Con etiqueta de Espacio de Arte Francisco Franco Calvo. Sin enmarcar. Dimensiones: 30 x 40 cm. d) Lourdes Valdés "Lucas". Paisaje en movimiento. Óleo sobre lino. Firmado al frente y al reverso. Con etiqueta de Espacio de Arte Francisco Franco Calvo. Sin enmarcar. Dimensiones: 30 x 40 cm. Presentan marcas y desprendimientos de capa pictórica. Piezas: 4. Estimado $1,300-1,500

      Morton Subastas
    • FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed, Graphite pencil and pastel on paper, 51 x 65 cm / 20.0 x 25.5 inches.
      Aug. 23, 2018

      FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed, Graphite pencil and pastel on paper, 51 x 65 cm / 20.0 x 25.5 inches.

      Est: $18,000 - $26,000

      FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed, Graphite pencil and pastel on paper, 51 x 65 cm / 20.0 x 25.5 inches. Estimado $18,000-26,000 FANNY RABEL (Polonia, 1922 - Ciudad de México, 2008) Sin título Firmado Lápiz de grafito y pastel graso sobre papel Presenta detalles de conservación. 51 x 65 cm

      Morton Subastas
    • FANNY RABEL, Vía rápida para llegar a ninguna parte, Unsigned, Mixed media on paper, 49 x 69 cm / 19.4 x 27.1 inches.
      Aug. 23, 2018

      FANNY RABEL, Vía rápida para llegar a ninguna parte, Unsigned, Mixed media on paper, 49 x 69 cm / 19.4 x 27.1 inches.

      Est: $80,000 - $120,000

      FANNY RABEL, Vía rápida para llegar a ninguna parte, Unsigned, Mixed media on paper, 49 x 69 cm / 19.4 x 27.1 inches. Estimado $80,000-120,000 FANNY RABEL (Polonia, 1922 - Ciudad de México, 2008) Vía rápida para llegar a ninguna parte Sin firma Mixta sobre papel Exhibida en: "50 años de producción artística" muestra presentada en el Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes de la Ciudad de México en 1993. Con etiqueta del Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes y del Salón de la Plástica Mexicana. Como alumna de Frida Kahlo, su enseñanza fue plenamente nacionalista con posturas ideológicas, políticas y sociales. Fue contratada por Diego Rivera para pintar en el Palacio Nacional y por David Alfaro Siqueiros para decorar los muros del Sindicato Mexicano de Electricistas. También fue miembro fundador del Salón de la Plástica Mexicana y trabajó en el Taller de Gráfica Popular. Su obra ha sido definida como poético surrealista, enfocada al aspecto humano. "Lo que juzgo más interesante en su pintura es la raíz profunda que la liga a la tradición y a la fuerza de su pueblo". Frida Kahlo. Fuente consultada: TOVAR DE TERESA, Guillermo. Repertorio de artistas en México. Tomo III. México. Grupo Financiero Bancomer, 1996, Pág. 102. 49 x 69 cm

      Morton Subastas
    • FANNY RABEL, Una ciudad muy bien comunicada, Signed and dated 1979, Mixed media on cardboard, 52 x 65.5 cm /20.4 x 25.7 inches.
      Aug. 23, 2018

      FANNY RABEL, Una ciudad muy bien comunicada, Signed and dated 1979, Mixed media on cardboard, 52 x 65.5 cm /20.4 x 25.7 inches.

      Est: $28,000 - $36,000

      FANNY RABEL, Una ciudad muy bien comunicada, Signed and dated 1979, Mixed media on cardboard, 52 x 65.5 cm /20.4 x 25.7 inches. Estimado $28,000-36,000 FANNY RABEL (Polonia, 1922 - Ciudad de México, 2008) Una ciudad muy bien comunicada Firmada y fechada 1979 Mixta sobre cartón Presenta ligeros detalles de conservación. 52 x 65.5 cm

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    • Fanny Rabel. Retrato infantil. Litografía. Firmado en ángulo inferior derecho. Enmarcado.
      Aug. 11, 2018

      Fanny Rabel. Retrato infantil. Litografía. Firmado en ángulo inferior derecho. Enmarcado.

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - México, 2008). Retrato infantil. Litografía. Firmado en ángulo inferior derecho. Enmarcado. Presenta detalles de conservación. Dimensiones: 48 x 31 cm Estimado $2,500-3,500

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    • Obras gráficas y pictóricas. Consta de: Manuel de los Ángeles Sosa. En Salina Cruz. Óleo sobre tela. Entre otros. Piezas: 4
      Jul. 21, 2018

      Obras gráficas y pictóricas. Consta de: Manuel de los Ángeles Sosa. En Salina Cruz. Óleo sobre tela. Entre otros. Piezas: 4

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Lote de 3 obras pictóricas y 1 gráfica. Consta de: a) Manuel de los Ángeles Sosa. En Salina Cruz. Óleo sobre tela. Firmado y fechado al reverso 2001. Sin enmarcar. Dimensiones: 43 x 28 cm. b) Fanny Rabel. Rostro de niña. Litografía sin número de tiraje. Firmada y fechada México 1962. Enmarcada. Dimensiones: 30.5 x 23.5 cm. c) Lourdes Valdés "Lucas". Cerca del cielo. Óleo sobre lino. Firmado y fechado 05 al frente y al reverso. Con etiqueta de Espacio de Arte Francisco Franco Calvo. Sin enmarcar. Dimensiones: 30 x 40 cm. d) Lourdes Valdés "Lucas". Paisaje en movimiento. Óleo sobre lino. Firmado al frente y al reverso. Con etiqueta de Espacio de Arte Francisco Franco Calvo. Sin enmarcar. Dimensiones: 30 x 40 cm. Presentan marcas y desprendimientos de capa pictórica. Piezas: 4. Estimado $2,000-3,000

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    • Fanny Rabel. Retrato infantil. Litografía. Firmado en ángulo inferior derecho. Enmarcado.
      Jul. 14, 2018

      Fanny Rabel. Retrato infantil. Litografía. Firmado en ángulo inferior derecho. Enmarcado.

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - México, 2008). Retrato infantil. Litografía. Firmado en ángulo inferior derecho. Enmarcado. Presenta detalles de conservación. Dimensiones: 48 x 31 cm

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    • FANNY RABEL (Polish / Mexican, 1922-2008)
      May. 31, 2018

      FANNY RABEL (Polish / Mexican, 1922-2008)

      Est: $600 - $800

      "Nina de la Selva", oil on masonite, signed 'Fanny Rabel 1960' (lower left), verso with inscribed label appearing to read: "[V]iernes, Nina de la Selva", lower right corner bump, else good, 16x10.25in.

      Leighton Galleries
    • FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed and dated 1989, Pencil, charcoal and conte on paper, 69 x 49 cm/ 20 x 25 inches.
      Feb. 22, 2018

      FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed and dated 1989, Pencil, charcoal and conte on paper, 69 x 49 cm/ 20 x 25 inches.

      Est: $22,000 - $30,000

      FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed and dated 1989, Pencil, charcoal and conte on paper, 69 x 49 cm/ 20 x 25 inches. Estimado $ 22,000-30,000 FANNY RABEL (Polonia, 1922 - Ciudad de México, 2008) Sin título Firmado Lápiz de grafito y pastel graso sobre papel Presenta detalles de conservación. 51 x 65 cm

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    • FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed and dated 1989, Pencil, charcoal and conte on paper, 69 x 49 cm/ 27 x 19 inches.
      Feb. 22, 2018

      FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed and dated 1989, Pencil, charcoal and conte on paper, 69 x 49 cm/ 27 x 19 inches.

      Est: $8,000 - $12,000

      FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed and dated 1989, Pencil, charcoal and conte on paper, 69 x 49 cm/ 27 x 19 inches. Estimado $ 8,000-12,000 FANNY RABEL (Polonia, 1922 - Ciudad de México, 2008) Sin título Firmado y fechado 1989 Lápiz de grafito, carboncillo y conté sobre papel 69 x 49 cm

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    • FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed and dated 1973, Charcoal and conté crayon on paper, 66 x 51 cm / 25.9 x 20 inches.
      Jan. 17, 2018

      FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed and dated 1973, Charcoal and conté crayon on paper, 66 x 51 cm / 25.9 x 20 inches.

      Est: $8,000 - $12,000

      FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed and dated 1973, Charcoal and conté crayon on paper, 66 x 51 cm / 25.9 x 20 inches. Estimado $ 8,000-12,000 FANNY RABEL (Polonia, 1922 - Ciudad de México, 2008) Sin título Firmado y fechado 1973 Carboncillo y conté sobre papel 66 x 51 cm

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    • Two Framed Decorative Lithographs by Various Artists, 20th Century,
      Dec. 13, 2017

      Two Framed Decorative Lithographs by Various Artists, 20th Century,

      Est: $80 - $120

      Two Framed Decorative Lithographs by Various Artists, 20th Century, Comprising of a piece by Fanny Rabel (1922-2008) titled 'Visage', signed and numbered 109/275; and a piece by Edward Sokol (b. 1945) signed and numbered 119/275. Both from the Collector's Guild Ltd., New York. Largest framed dimensions: h: 25 x w: 25 in.

      Gray's Auctioneers
    • Fanny Rabel. Árbol seco. Litografía sin número de tiraje. Firmada y fechada 1953. Con dedicatoria. Enmarcada.
      Sep. 30, 2017

      Fanny Rabel. Árbol seco. Litografía sin número de tiraje. Firmada y fechada 1953. Con dedicatoria. Enmarcada.

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - Cd. México, 2008). Árbol seco. Litografía sin número de tiraje. Firmada y fechada 1953. Con dedicatoria. Enmarcada. Presentan manchas. Dimensiones: 24 x 41.5 cm.

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    • Fanny Rabel. Rostro de niña. Litografía sin número de tiraje. Firmada y fechada México 1962. Enmarcada.
      Sep. 30, 2017

      Fanny Rabel. Rostro de niña. Litografía sin número de tiraje. Firmada y fechada México 1962. Enmarcada.

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - Cd. México, 2008). Rostro de niña. Litografía sin número de tiraje. Firmada y fechada México 1962. Enmarcada. Presenta marcas. Dimensiones: 30.5 x 23.5 cm.

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    • FANNY RABEL, Girl in ghetto, Signed and dated IX - 42, Oil on canvas, 45 x 36 cm / 17.7 x 14.1 inches.
      Aug. 24, 2017

      FANNY RABEL, Girl in ghetto, Signed and dated IX - 42, Oil on canvas, 45 x 36 cm / 17.7 x 14.1 inches.

      Est: $50,000 - $70,000

      FANNY RABEL, Girl in ghetto, Signed and dated IX - 42, Oil on canvas, 45 x 36 cm / 17.7 x 14.1 inches. FANNY RABEL (Polonia, 1922 - Ciudad de México, 2008) Girl in ghetto Firmado y fechado IX - 42 Óleo sobre tela Presenta ligeras craqueladuras en la capa pictórica. "Fanny Rabinovich pinta como vive, con enorme valor, inteligencia y sensibilidad aguda. Pero lo que yo juzgo más interesante en su pintura es la raíz profunda que la liga a la tradición y la fuerza de su pueblo. No es pintura personalista, sino social. Le preocupan fundamentalmente los problemas de clase, y ha observado con una madurez excepcional, el carácter y el estilo de sus modelos, dándoles siempre una viva emoción. Todo esto sin pretensiones, y llena de feminidad y finura que la hacen tan completa ". Frida Kahlo. Fuentes consultadas: TOVAR DE TERESA, Guillermo. Repertorio de artistas en México. Tomo III. México. Grupo Financiero Bancomer, 1996, Pág. 102 45 x 36 cm

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    • FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed and dated 1973, Charcoal and sanguina on paper, 64 x 48 cm / 25.1 x 18.8 inches.
      Aug. 24, 2017

      FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed and dated 1973, Charcoal and sanguina on paper, 64 x 48 cm / 25.1 x 18.8 inches.

      Est: $8,000 - $12,000

      FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed and dated 1973, Charcoal and sanguina on paper, 64 x 48 cm / 25.1 x 18.8 inches. FANNY RABEL (Polonia, 1922 - Ciudad de México, 2008) Sin título Firmado y fechado 1973 Carboncillo y sanguina sobre papel 64 x 48 cm

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    • Fanny Rabel. Obras gráficas. Litografías sin número de tiraje. Firmadas. a) Nuestra tierra. b) Cabezas de niñas. c) Amalia. 3 pzs
      Jul. 22, 2017

      Fanny Rabel. Obras gráficas. Litografías sin número de tiraje. Firmadas. a) Nuestra tierra. b) Cabezas de niñas. c) Amalia. 3 pzs

      Est: $7,000 - $9,000

      Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - Cd. México, 2008). Obras gráficas. Litografías sin número de tiraje. Firmadas. Consta de: a) Nuestra tierra. Con sello "José Sánchez A. Litógrafo Impresor. T.G.P. México D.F.". Dimensiones: 33.5 x 49.5 cm. b) Cabezas de niñas. Dimensiones: 34.5 x 25.5 cm. c) Amalia. Con sello "José Sánchez A. Litógrafo Impresor. T.G.P. México D.F.". Dimensiones: 49.5 x 33.5 cm. Sin enmarcar. Presentan manchas. Piezas: 3

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    • Gouache of boy and horse by Fanny Rabel, assistant to Diego Rivera
      Oct. 23, 2016

      Gouache of boy and horse by Fanny Rabel, assistant to Diego Rivera

      Est: $200 - $300

      Gouache of boy and horse by Fanny Rabel, Polish born Mexican artist, assistant to Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Sequeiros.She exhibited with Frida Kahlo and studied under Francisco Zuniga

      David Killen Gallery
    • Fanny Rabel, Child
      Nov. 19, 2015

      Fanny Rabel, Child

      Est: $100 - $200

      Colored lithograph. Pencil signed and numbered 11/275. Fanny Rabel, Mexican (1922-2008). Approx. 12 1/2" H X 25 1/2" W sight, 16" H x 31" W framed.

      Time & Again Galleries
    • Fanny Rabel. Niñas de Chamula. Litografía, serie 8/80. Firmada. Enmarcada.
      Nov. 07, 2015

      Fanny Rabel. Niñas de Chamula. Litografía, serie 8/80. Firmada. Enmarcada.

      Est: $6,000 - $10,000

      Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - Cd. México, 2008). Niñas de Chamula. Litografía, serie 8/80. Firmada. Enmarcada. Presenta detalles de conservación. Dimensiones: 72 x 54 cm.

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    • Fanny Rabel. Personajes y árbol. Litografía. Firmada. Enmarcada.
      Oct. 17, 2015

      Fanny Rabel. Personajes y árbol. Litografía. Firmada. Enmarcada.

      Est: $1,800 - $3,000

      Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - Cd. de México, 2008). Personajes y árbol. Litografía. Firmada. Enmarcada. Presenta detalles de conservación y ligera ruptura. Dimensiones: 48 x 62 cm.

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