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Fanny Rabel(1922-2008)
FANNY RABEL (POLISH, 1922-) NINO CON MANZANA Lithograph: 22 1/2 x 16 1/2 in. (sight), 24 x 18 in. (framed)

Lot 3189: FANNY RABEL (POLISH, 1922-) NINO CON MANZANA Lithograph: 22 1/2 x 16 1/2 in. (sight), 24 x 18 in. (framed)

Auction Date: Nov 23, 2021

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: 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
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Location: Alexandria, VA, US

Auction House: Potomack Company

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FANNY RABEL - Niño de la Costa - Original lithograph

Lot 1816: FANNY RABEL - Niño de la Costa - Original lithograph

Auction Date: Sep 26, 2021

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Artist: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008).
Title: "Niño de la Costa".
Medium: Original lithograph.
Date: Composed 1958.
Dimensions: Overall size: 16 1/8 x 11 1/2 in. (410 x 292 mm). Image size: 16 1/8 x 10 5/8 in. (410 x 270 mm).
Lot Note(s): Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Printed to the edge of the sheet. Fine impression. Fine condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Comment(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [25276-3-150]
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Location: Phoenix, AZ, US

Auction House: Stanford Auctioneers

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FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tlaxcala - Original lithograph

Lot 1819: FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tlaxcala - Original lithograph

Auction Date: Sep 26, 2021

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Artist: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008).
Title: "Niña de Tlaxcala".
Medium: Original lithograph.
Date: Composed 1950.
Dimensions: Overall size: 14 x 10 1/16 in. (356 x 256 mm). Image size: 14 x 10 1/16 in. (356 x 256 mm).
Lot Note(s): Signed in pencil with the initials, upper left; signed with the initials in the plate, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Printed to the edge of the sheet. Fine impression. Very good condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Comment(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27829-2-150]
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Location: Phoenix, AZ, US

Auction House: Stanford Auctioneers

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FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tierra Caliente - Original lithograph

Lot 1820: FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tierra Caliente - Original lithograph

Auction Date: Sep 26, 2021

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Artist: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008).
Title: "Niña de Tierra Caliente".
Medium: Original lithograph.
Date: Composed 1959.
Dimensions: Overall size: 15 13/16 x 11 7/8 in. (402 x 302 mm). Image size: 9 1/2 x 8 1/4 in. (241 x 210 mm).
Lot Note(s): Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Very good to fine condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Comment(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27831-3-150]
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Location: Phoenix, AZ, US

Auction House: Stanford Auctioneers

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FANNY RABEL - Muchacho Maya - Original lithograph

Lot 1853: FANNY RABEL - Muchacho Maya - Original lithograph

Auction Date: Sep 26, 2021

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Artist: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008).
Title: "Muchacho Maya".
Medium: Original lithograph.
Date: Composed 1958.
Dimensions: Overall size: 17 3/8 x 11 1/2 in. (441 x 292 mm). Image size: 11 1/8 x 9 3/16 in. (283 x 233 mm).
Lot Note(s): Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Very good condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Comment(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27832-3-150]
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Location: Phoenix, AZ, US

Auction House: Stanford Auctioneers

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FANNY RABEL - El Amigo Arbol - Original color lithograph

Lot 1670: FANNY RABEL - El Amigo Arbol - Original color lithograph

Auction Date: Jun 20, 2021

Estimate: $150 - $200

Description: Artist: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008).
Title: "El Amigo Arbol".
Medium: Original color lithograph.
Date: Composed 1954.
Dimensions: Overall size: 16 1/16 x 10 13/16 in. (408 x 275 mm). Image size: 8 1/2 x 5 1/8 in. (216 x 130 mm).
Lot Note(s): Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Very good to fine condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Comment(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27840-3-100]
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Location: Phoenix, AZ, US

Auction House: Stanford Auctioneers

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FANNY RABEL - Niño de la Costa - Original lithograph

Lot 1919: FANNY RABEL - Niño de la Costa - Original lithograph

Auction Date: Jun 20, 2021

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Artist: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008).
Title: "Niño de la Costa".
Medium: Original lithograph.
Date: Composed 1958.
Dimensions: Overall size: 16 1/8 x 11 1/2 in. (410 x 292 mm). Image size: 16 1/8 x 10 5/8 in. (410 x 270 mm).
Lot Note(s): Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Printed to the edge of the sheet. Fine impression. Fine condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Comment(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [25276-3-150]
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Location: Phoenix, AZ, US

Auction House: Stanford Auctioneers

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FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tlaxcala - Original lithograph

Lot 1916: FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tlaxcala - Original lithograph

Auction Date: Jun 20, 2021

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Artist: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008).
Title: "Niña de Tlaxcala".
Medium: Original lithograph.
Date: Composed 1950.
Dimensions: Overall size: 14 x 10 1/16 in. (356 x 256 mm). Image size: 14 x 10 1/16 in. (356 x 256 mm).
Lot Note(s): Signed in pencil with the initials, upper left; signed with the initials in the plate, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Printed to the edge of the sheet. Fine impression. Very good condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Comment(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27829-2-150]
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Location: Phoenix, AZ, US

Auction House: Stanford Auctioneers

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FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tierra Caliente - Original lithograph

Lot 1915: FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tierra Caliente - Original lithograph

Auction Date: Jun 20, 2021

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Artist: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008).
Title: "Niña de Tierra Caliente".
Medium: Original lithograph.
Date: Composed 1959.
Dimensions: Overall size: 15 13/16 x 11 7/8 in. (402 x 302 mm). Image size: 9 1/2 x 8 1/4 in. (241 x 210 mm).
Lot Note(s): Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Very good to fine condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Comment(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27831-3-150]
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Location: Phoenix, AZ, US

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FANNY RABEL - Muchacho Maya - Original lithograph

Lot 1895: FANNY RABEL - Muchacho Maya - Original lithograph

Auction Date: Jun 20, 2021

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Artist: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008).
Title: "Muchacho Maya".
Medium: Original lithograph.
Date: Composed 1958.
Dimensions: Overall size: 17 3/8 x 11 1/2 in. (441 x 292 mm). Image size: 11 1/8 x 9 3/16 in. (283 x 233 mm).
Lot Note(s): Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Very good condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Comment(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27832-3-150]
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Location: Phoenix, AZ, US

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FANNY RABEL Críticas de arte.

Lot 203: FANNY RABEL Críticas de arte.

Auction Date: Mar 04, 2021

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: 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.
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Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Swann Auction Galleries

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

Lot 17: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008) Young Boy, 1952

Auction Date: Dec 10, 2020

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: 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
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Location: Chicago, IL, US

Auction House: Hindman

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FANNY RABEL - Muchacho Maya - Original lithograph

Lot 1851: FANNY RABEL - Muchacho Maya - Original lithograph

Auction Date: Oct 25, 2020

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Artist: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008).
Title: "Muchacho Maya".
Medium: Original lithograph.
Date: Composed 1958.
Dimensions: Overall size: 17 3/8 x 11 1/2 in. (441 x 292 mm). Image size: 11 1/8 x 9 3/16 in. (283 x 233 mm).
Lot Note(s): Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Very good condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Comment(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27832-3-150]
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Location: Phoenix, AZ, US

Auction House: Stanford Auctioneers

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FANNY RABEL - El Amigo Arbol - Original color lithograph

Lot 2075: FANNY RABEL - El Amigo Arbol - Original color lithograph

Auction Date: Oct 25, 2020

Estimate: $150 - $200

Description: Artist: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008).
Title: "El Amigo Arbol".
Medium: Original color lithograph.
Date: Composed 1954.
Dimensions: Overall size: 16 1/16 x 10 13/16 in. (408 x 275 mm). Image size: 8 1/2 x 5 1/8 in. (216 x 130 mm).
Lot Note(s): Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Very good to fine condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Comment(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27840-3-100]
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FANNY RABEL - Niño de la Costa - Original lithograph

Lot 1825: FANNY RABEL - Niño de la Costa - Original lithograph

Auction Date: Oct 25, 2020

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Artist: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008).
Title: "Niño de la Costa".
Medium: Original lithograph.
Date: Composed 1958.
Dimensions: Overall size: 16 1/8 x 11 1/2 in. (410 x 292 mm). Image size: 16 1/8 x 10 5/8 in. (410 x 270 mm).
Lot Note(s): Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Printed to the edge of the sheet. Fine impression. Fine condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Comment(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [25276-3-150]
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FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tierra Caliente - Original lithograph

Lot 1829: FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tierra Caliente - Original lithograph

Auction Date: Oct 25, 2020

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Artist: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008).
Title: "Niña de Tierra Caliente".
Medium: Original lithograph.
Date: Composed 1959.
Dimensions: Overall size: 15 13/16 x 11 7/8 in. (402 x 302 mm). Image size: 9 1/2 x 8 1/4 in. (241 x 210 mm).
Lot Note(s): Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Very good to fine condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Comment(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27831-3-150]
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FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tlaxcala - Original lithograph

Lot 1828: FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tlaxcala - Original lithograph

Auction Date: Oct 25, 2020

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Artist: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008).
Title: "Niña de Tlaxcala".
Medium: Original lithograph.
Date: Composed 1950.
Dimensions: Overall size: 14 x 10 1/16 in. (356 x 256 mm). Image size: 14 x 10 1/16 in. (356 x 256 mm).
Lot Note(s): Signed in pencil with the initials, upper left; signed with the initials in the plate, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Printed to the edge of the sheet. Fine impression. Very good condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Comment(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27829-2-150]
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FANNY RABEL - Muchacho Maya

Lot 1903: FANNY RABEL - Muchacho Maya

Auction Date: Jun 21, 2020

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008). "Muchacho Maya". Original lithograph. Composed 1958. Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Very good condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Overall size: 17 3/8 x 11 1/2 in. (441 x 292 mm). Image size: 11 1/8 x 9 3/16 in. (283 x 233 mm). Lot Note(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27832-3-150]...

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FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tierra Caliente

Lot 1922: FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tierra Caliente

Auction Date: Jun 21, 2020

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008). "Niña de Tierra Caliente". Original lithograph. Composed 1959. Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Very good to fine condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Overall size: 15 13/16 x 11 7/8 in. (402 x 302 mm). Image size: 9 1/2 x 8 1/4 in. (241 x 210 mm). Lot Note(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27831-3-150]...

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FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tlaxcala

Lot 1923: FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tlaxcala

Auction Date: Jun 21, 2020

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008). "Niña de Tlaxcala". Original lithograph. Composed 1950. Signed in pencil with the initials, upper left; signed with the initials in the plate, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Printed to the edge of the sheet. Fine impression. Very good condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Overall size: 14 x 10 1/16 in. (356 x 256 mm). Image size: 14 x 10 1/16 in. (356 x 256 mm). Lot Note(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27829-2-150]...

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FANNY RABEL - Niño de la Costa

Lot 1926: FANNY RABEL - Niño de la Costa

Auction Date: Jun 21, 2020

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008). "Niño de la Costa". Original lithograph. Composed 1958. Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Printed to the edge of the sheet. Fine impression. Fine condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Overall size: 16 1/8 x 11 1/2 in. (410 x 292 mm). Image size: 16 1/8 x 10 5/8 in. (410 x 270 mm). Lot Note(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [25276-3-150]...

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FANNY RABEL - Penitente de Guanajuato

Lot 1978: FANNY RABEL - Penitente de Guanajuato

Auction Date: Jun 21, 2020

Estimate: $150 - $200

Description: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008). "Penitente de Guanajuato". Original lithograph. Composed 1954. Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Very wide (full?) margins. Fine impression. Very good condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Overall size: 11 7/16 x 8 7/8 in. (291 x 225 mm). Image size: 6 11/16 x 4 in. (170 x 102 mm). Lot Note(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27830-2-100]...

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FANNY RABEL - Bolero de Campeche

Lot 1566: FANNY RABEL - Bolero de Campeche

Auction Date: Jun 21, 2020

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008). "Bolero de Campeche". Original lithograph. Composed 1959. Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Very good to fine condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Overall size: 17 5/16 x 11 11/16 in. (440 x 297 mm). Image size: 12 5/8 x 6 3/4 in. (321 x 171 mm). Lot Note(s): Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27835-3-150]...

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

Lot 7: Fanny Rabel. Untitled. Charcoal on cardboard. Signed lower right

Auction Date: Nov 22, 2019

Estimate: €0 - €0

Description: Fanny Rabel
Untitled
Charcoal on cardboard
Signed lower right
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Location: Madrid, ES

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FANNY RABEL 1922-2008 COLRED LITHOGRAPH SIGNED

Lot 277: FANNY RABEL 1922-2008 COLRED LITHOGRAPH SIGNED

Auction Date: Nov 12, 2019

Estimate: $200 - $300

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

Location: Boca Raton, FL, US

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FANNY RABEL - Niño de la Costa

Lot 1816: FANNY RABEL - Niño de la Costa

Auction Date: Sep 29, 2019

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008). "Niño de la Costa". Original lithograph. 1958. Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Printed to the edge of the sheet. Fine impression. Fine condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Overall size: 16 1/8 x 11 1/2 in. (410 x 292 mm). Image size: 16 1/8 x 10 5/8 in. (410 x 270 mm). Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [25276-3-150]...

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FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tierra Caliente

Lot 1820: FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tierra Caliente

Auction Date: Sep 29, 2019

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008). "Niña de Tierra Caliente". Original lithograph. 1959. Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Very good to fine condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Overall size: 15 13/16 x 11 7/8 in. (402 x 302 mm). Image size: 9 1/2 x 8 1/4 in. (241 x 210 mm). Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27831-3-150]...

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FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tlaxcala

Lot 1819: FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tlaxcala

Auction Date: Sep 29, 2019

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008). "Niña de Tlaxcala". Original lithograph. 1950. Signed in pencil with the initials, upper left; signed with the initials in the plate, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Printed to the edge of the sheet. Fine impression. Very good condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Overall size: 14 x 10 1/16 in. (356 x 256 mm). Image size: 14 x 10 1/16 in. (356 x 256 mm). Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27829-2-150]...

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FANNY RABEL - Muchacho Maya

Lot 1843: FANNY RABEL - Muchacho Maya

Auction Date: Sep 29, 2019

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008). "Muchacho Maya". Original lithograph. 1958. Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Very good condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Overall size: 17 3/8 x 11 1/2 in. (441 x 292 mm). Image size: 11 1/8 x 9 3/16 in. (283 x 233 mm). Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27832-3-150]...

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FANNY RABEL - Bolero de Campeche

Lot 2186: FANNY RABEL - Bolero de Campeche

Auction Date: Sep 29, 2019

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008). "Bolero de Campeche". Original lithograph. 1959. Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Very good to fine condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Overall size: 17 5/16 x 11 11/16 in. (440 x 297 mm). Image size: 12 5/8 x 6 3/4 in. (321 x 171 mm). Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27835-3-150]...

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

Lot 518: Fanny Rabel (Poland/Mexico, 1922-2008), Mother & Child

Auction Date: Jun 29, 2019

Estimate: $25 - $25,000

Description: 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 â??Los Fridosâ?� a group of students under Kahloâ??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.

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Location: Hillsborough, NC, US

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

Lot 471: Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - Cd de Méx, 2008) De los Poetas. Grabado. Firmado y fechado 1970. Detalles de conservación. Sin enmarcar.

Auction Date: Oct 27, 2018

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

Description: 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


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Location: Mexico DF, MX

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FANNY RABEL - Muchacho Maya

Lot 1690: FANNY RABEL - Muchacho Maya

Auction Date: Oct 21, 2018

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008). "Muchacho Maya". Original lithograph. 1958. Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Very good condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Overall size: 17 3/8 x 11 1/2 in. (441 x 292 mm). Image size: 11 1/8 x 9 3/16 in. (283 x 233 mm). Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27832-3-150]...

Location: Phoenix, AZ, US

Auction House: Stanford Auctioneers

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FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tierra Caliente

Lot 1708: FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tierra Caliente

Auction Date: Oct 21, 2018

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008). "Niña de Tierra Caliente". Original lithograph. 1959. Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Very good to fine condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Overall size: 15 13/16 x 11 7/8 in. (402 x 302 mm). Image size: 9 1/2 x 8 1/4 in. (241 x 210 mm). Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27831-3-150]...

Location: Phoenix, AZ, US

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FANNY RABEL - Niño de la Costa

Lot 1712: FANNY RABEL - Niño de la Costa

Auction Date: Oct 21, 2018

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008). "Niño de la Costa". Original lithograph. 1958. Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Printed to the edge of the sheet. Fine impression. Fine condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Overall size: 16 1/8 x 11 1/2 in. (410 x 292 mm). Image size: 16 1/8 x 10 5/8 in. (410 x 270 mm). Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [25276-3-150]...

Location: Phoenix, AZ, US

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FANNY RABEL - Penitente de Guanajuato

Lot 1754: FANNY RABEL - Penitente de Guanajuato

Auction Date: Oct 21, 2018

Estimate: $150 - $200

Description: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008). "Penitente de Guanajuato". Original lithograph. 1954. Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Very wide (full?) margins. Fine impression. Very good condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Overall size: 11 7/16 x 8 7/8 in. (291 x 225 mm). Image size: 6 11/16 x 4 in. (170 x 102 mm). Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27830-2-100]...

Location: Phoenix, AZ, US

Auction House: Stanford Auctioneers

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FANNY RABEL - Bolero de Campeche

Lot 1342: FANNY RABEL - Bolero de Campeche

Auction Date: Oct 21, 2018

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008). "Bolero de Campeche". Original lithograph. 1959. Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Very good to fine condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Overall size: 17 5/16 x 11 11/16 in. (440 x 297 mm). Image size: 12 5/8 x 6 3/4 in. (321 x 171 mm). Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27835-3-150]...

Location: Phoenix, AZ, US

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FANNY RABEL - El Amigo Arbol

Lot 1435: FANNY RABEL - El Amigo Arbol

Auction Date: Oct 21, 2018

Estimate: $150 - $200

Description: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008). "El Amigo Arbol". Original color lithograph. 1954. Signed in pencil with the initials, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression. Very good to fine condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Overall size: 16 1/16 x 10 13/16 in. (408 x 275 mm). Image size: 8 1/2 x 5 1/8 in. (216 x 130 mm). Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27840-3-100]...

Location: Phoenix, AZ, US

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FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tlaxcala

Lot 1709: FANNY RABEL - Niña de Tlaxcala

Auction Date: Oct 21, 2018

Estimate: $200 - $250

Description: Fanny Rabel (Polish/Mexican, 1922-2008). "Niña de Tlaxcala". Original lithograph. 1950. Signed in pencil with the initials, upper left; signed with the initials in the plate, lower right. Proof aside from an unknown edition. Cream wove paper. Printed to the edge of the sheet. Fine impression. Very good condition. Provenance: Through Feliciano Peña; Private collection, Patzcuaro, Mexico. Overall size: 14 x 10 1/16 in. (356 x 256 mm). Image size: 14 x 10 1/16 in. (356 x 256 mm). Rabel's prints are scarce. Born Fanny Rabinovich, she was a Mexican painter and printmaker, also known as "La Fanny de los Fridos". Her family moved to Mexico City in 1938 to escape the Second World War. Rabel's first exhibition was held at the Liga Popular Israelita in 1941 where Frida Kahlo, her teacher at the time, wrote of her: "Fanny Rabinovich paints as she lives, with great courage, intelligence and sensibility... But what I find most interesting in her painting is the profound roots that link the tradition and strength of her people (Jews). It's not a personal style, but rather socialist. She's worried about class problems and has observed with incredible maturity the character and style of her models, giving them always particularly lively emotions. All of this without pretentiousness and full of femininity and class that make her work so complete." Rabel worked as a muralist with Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros; other famous teachers were Santos Balmori and Francisco Zúñiga. She was a founding member of the Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) and is considered one of the four "Fridos," along with Arturo Estrada, Arturo Garcia Bustos, and Guillermo Monroy. Image copyright © The Estate of Fanny Rabel. [27829-2-150]...

Location: Phoenix, AZ, US

Auction House: Stanford Auctioneers

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

Lot 264: FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed and dated 1974, Charcoal on paper, 50 x 34.5 cm

Auction Date: Oct 11, 2018

Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000

Description: 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
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Location: Mexico DF, MX

Auction House: Morton Subastas

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

Lot 412: Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - Cd de Méx, 2008) De los Poetas. Grabado. Firmado y fechado 1970. Detalles de conservación. Sin enmarcar.

Auction Date: Oct 06, 2018

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

Description: 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


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Location: CDMX, CDMX, MX

Auction House: Morton Subastas

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

Lot 356: Fanny Rabel (Polonia, 1922 - Cd de Méx. 2008) Nuestra Tierra. Litografía. Firmada y fechada 1958. Con sello "José Sánchez A. Litógrafo"

Auction Date: Sep 29, 2018

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: 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


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Location: Mexico DF, MX

Auction House: Morton Subastas

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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

Lot 271: Obras gráficas y pictóricas. Consta de: Manuel de los Ángeles Sosa. En Salina Cruz. Óleo sobre tela. Entre otros. Piezas: 4

Auction Date: Sep 29, 2018

Estimate: $1,300 - $1,500

Description: 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


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Location: México, CDMX, MX

Auction House: Morton Subastas

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

Lot 115: FANNY RABEL, Untitled, Signed, Graphite pencil and pastel on paper, 51 x 65 cm / 20.0 x 25.5 inches.

Auction Date: Aug 23, 2018

Estimate: $18,000 - $26,000

Description: 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
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Location: Mexico DF, MX

Auction House: Morton Subastas

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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.

Lot 42: 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.

Auction Date: Aug 23, 2018

Estimate: $28,000 - $36,000

Description: 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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Location: Mexico DF, MX

Auction House: Morton Subastas

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

Lot 43: FANNY RABEL, Vía rápida para llegar a ninguna parte, Unsigned, Mixed media on paper, 49 x 69 cm / 19.4 x 27.1 inches.

Auction Date: Aug 23, 2018

Estimate: $80,000 - $120,000

Description: 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
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Location: Mexico DF, MX

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

Lot 225: Fanny Rabel. Retrato infantil. Litografía. Firmado en ángulo inferior derecho. Enmarcado.

Auction Date: Aug 11, 2018

Estimate: $2,500 - $3,500

Description: 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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Location: México, CDMX, MX

Auction House: Morton Subastas

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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

Lot 226: Obras gráficas y pictóricas. Consta de: Manuel de los Ángeles Sosa. En Salina Cruz. Óleo sobre tela. Entre otros. Piezas: 4

Auction Date: Jul 21, 2018

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

Description: 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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Location: México, CDMX, MX

Auction House: Morton Subastas

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

Lot 214: Fanny Rabel. Retrato infantil. Litografía. Firmado en ángulo inferior derecho. Enmarcado.

Auction Date: Jul 14, 2018

Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000

Description: 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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Location: México, CDMX, MX

Auction House: Morton Subastas

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FANNY RABEL (Polish / Mexican, 1922-2008)

Lot 27: FANNY RABEL (Polish / Mexican, 1922-2008)

Auction Date: May 31, 2018

Estimate: $600 - $800

Description: "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....

Location: Waldwick, NJ, US

Auction House: Leighton Galleries

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