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    • Frank Romero (B. 1941): Light Hammer
      Feb. 22, 2024

      Frank Romero (B. 1941): Light Hammer

      Est: $400 - $600

      Frank Romero (B. 1941): Light Hammer acrylic on heavy paper; signed with initials and dated "1/5" lower left, signed and dated again and titled in pencil to verso

      Abell Auction
    • Frank Romero (B. 1941): Frutas Y Verduras
      Feb. 08, 2024

      Frank Romero (B. 1941): Frutas Y Verduras

      Est: $400 - $600

      Frank Romero (B. 1941): Frutas Y Verduras serigraph; ed. 9/70; signed and numbered in pencil; printed and published by Self Help Graphics and Art, Los Angeles, CA and with their blindstamp lower left

      Abell Auction
    • Frank Romero (B. 1941) Four Works
      Feb. 08, 2024

      Frank Romero (B. 1941) Four Works

      Est: $600 - $800

      Frank Romero (B. 1941) Four Works "Purple Car", "Palmas", "Still Life with Yellow Flowers and Brown Vase" and "Yellow Flowers"; each: lithograph; signed in pencil lower left, titled in pencil to verso; printed and published by Self Help Graphics and Art, Los Angeles, CA and with their blindstamp lower left

      Abell Auction
    • Frank Romero (B. 1941): Freeway Wars
      Feb. 08, 2024

      Frank Romero (B. 1941): Freeway Wars

      Est: $300 - $500

      Frank Romero (B. 1941): Freeway Wars serigraph; 1990; ed. 86/99; signed and numbered in ink lower right; printed by Aztlan Multiples and with their blind stamp lower left

      Abell Auction
    • Frank Romero (B. 1941): Light Hammer
      Feb. 08, 2024

      Frank Romero (B. 1941): Light Hammer

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Frank Romero (B. 1941): Light Hammer acrylic on heavy paper; signed with initials and dated "1/5" lower left, signed and dated again and titled in pencil to verso

      Abell Auction
    • Frank Romero (B. 1941): Reclining Nude Female
      Jan. 25, 2024

      Frank Romero (B. 1941): Reclining Nude Female

      Est: $200 - $300

      Frank Romero (B. 1941): Reclining Nude Female photograph; signed and numbered 2/20 to lower left margin

      Abell Auction
    • Frank Romero (American, b. 1941) Car
      Nov. 29, 2023

      Frank Romero (American, b. 1941) Car

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Silk screen. Signed and numbered '18/40' (lower left). Blind stamp (lower right).

      Cottone Auctions
    • Frank Romero: Closing of Whittier Boulevard, 1990
      Nov. 05, 2023

      Frank Romero: Closing of Whittier Boulevard, 1990

      Est: $3,000 - $4,000

      Frank Romero Closing of Whittier Boulevard, 1990 Silkscreen From the numbered edition of 99 Signed/numbered on recto Printed by Modern Multiples Richard Duardo Image: 34 x 55 inches Frame: 44 x 65 inches

      Santa Monica Auctions
    • Frank Romero (b. 1941): Untitled
      Sep. 23, 2023

      Frank Romero (b. 1941): Untitled

      Est: $400 - $600

      Frank Romero (b. 1941): Untitled 2020; mixed media (graphite, pastel, ink) on paper; signed and dated upper right

      Abell Auction
    • Frank Romero CLOSING OF WHITTIER BOULEVARD Color screenprint, framed
      Jun. 21, 2023

      Frank Romero CLOSING OF WHITTIER BOULEVARD Color screenprint, framed

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Frank Romero (b. 1941) CLOSING OF WHITTIER BOULEVARD Color screenprint, 1990, on wove paper, signed and numbered 52/99 in white crayon, printed by Aztlán Multiples, Los Angeles and with their blindstamp, the full sheet, framed. Sheet 33 3/4 x 55 inches; 857 x 1397 mm. Frame 35 1/2 x 56 5/8 inches; 902 x 1438 mm. C Property from a Prominent Corporate Collection

      Doyle New York
    • Frank Romero (1941)
      May. 07, 2023

      Frank Romero (1941)

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Dolores Drive-In,1993 Screenprint in colors From the numbered edition of 85 Signed, numbered, and stamped on recto Image: 30 x 39 7/8 inches Framed: 37 x 46 7/8 inches

      Santa Monica Auctions
    • Frank Romero (1941)
      May. 07, 2023

      Frank Romero (1941)

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Untitled (Neon Sign), 1992 Wood, Neon, Acrylic & Oil paint Signed by the artist 9 w x 12 h x 1.5 d inches

      Santa Monica Auctions
    • Frank Romero, (b. 1941), "Dolores Drive-In" 1993, Screenprint in colors on paper, Image/Sheet: 30" H x 40" W
      Apr. 04, 2023

      Frank Romero, (b. 1941), "Dolores Drive-In" 1993, Screenprint in colors on paper, Image/Sheet: 30" H x 40" W

      Est: $600 - $800

      Frank Romero (b. 1941) "Dolores Drive-In" 1993 Screenprint in colors on paper Edition: HC 1/4, aside from the edition of unknown size Partially signed and numbered in the lower left corner: F RO; titled and dated on a label affixed to the verso of the shrink wrap; with an unidentified blindstamp in the lower left corner

      John Moran Auctioneers
    • Frank Romero, (b. 1941), "Corazon de Aztlan," 2004, Screenprint in colors on paper, Image/Sheet 30" H x 23" W
      Apr. 04, 2023

      Frank Romero, (b. 1941), "Corazon de Aztlan," 2004, Screenprint in colors on paper, Image/Sheet 30" H x 23" W

      Est: $700 - $900

      Frank Romero (b. 1941) "Corazon de Aztlan," 2004 Screenprint in colors on paper Edition: 101/135 Signed and numbered at the lower left: F Romero; titled and dated by repute; Self Help Graphics and Art, Los Angeles, CA, prntr./pub., with their blindstamp near the lower right corner

      John Moran Auctioneers
    • Frank Romero, Palm Tree
      Dec. 15, 2022

      Frank Romero, Palm Tree

      Est: $1,500 - $2,000

      Frank Romero Palm Tree c. 1990 oil on wood construction 89.5 h × 45 w × 24 d in (227 × 114 × 61 cm) This work is unique. Provenance: Valerie Miller Fine Art, Palm Desert, CA | Private Collection This work will ship from LAMA in Los Angeles, California.

      Los Angeles Modern Auctions
    • FRANK ROMERO SIGNED MONOTYPE PRINT
      Dec. 13, 2022

      FRANK ROMERO SIGNED MONOTYPE PRINT

      Est: $200 - $300

      FRANK ROMERO (American b. 1941 - ) Serape Monotype on hand made paper Signed lower left 'FER X', artist name and title inscribed on verso Image size 29 inches x 29 inches, contained in a glazed frame overall measuring 35.5 inches x 35.5 inches Provenance Deaccessioned from a private U.S. corporate collection SHIPPING NOTICE: Jackson's is your sole and only source for one stop packing and shipping. With over 50 years of experience, our professional, affordable and efficient in-house shipping department will be happy to provide you a fair and reasonable shipping quote on this lot. Simply email us before the auction for a quick quote: [email protected] or call 1-800-665-6743. Jackson's can expertly pack and ship to meet any of your needs. To ensure quality control Jackson's DOES NOT release to third party shippers.

      Jackson's International
    • Francisco "Frank" Romero, (b. 1941), "Freeway - Four Level," 2003, Woodcut on cream paper, Image: 21" H x 16" W; Sheet: 28.5" H x 22.5"
      Nov. 15, 2022

      Francisco "Frank" Romero, (b. 1941), "Freeway - Four Level," 2003, Woodcut on cream paper, Image: 21" H x 16" W; Sheet: 28.5" H x 22.5"

      Est: $500 - $700

      Francisco "Frank" Romero (b. 1941) "Freeway - Four Level," 2003 Woodcut on cream paper Edition: 23/30 Signed and numbered in pencil in the lower margin: F Romero; titled and dated on a label affixed to the verso of the shrink wrap; an unidentified blindstamp in the lower right margin corner Image: 21" H x 16" W; Sheet: 28.5" H x 22.5" W Provenance: The Carolyn J. Adrian Collection, South Pasadena, CA Notes: Throughout his forty-year career as an artist, Frank Romero has been a dedicated member of the Los Angeles arts community. As a member of the 1970s Chicano art collective Los Four, Romero and fellow artists Carlos Almaraz, Beto de la Rocha, and Gilbert Lujan helped to define and promote the new awareness of La Raza through murals, publications, and exhibitions. Los Four's historic 1974 exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art was the country's first show of Chicano art at a major art institution. Since then, Romero has successfully balanced a career in both the public and private arenas. He has completed over fifteen murals throughout the city and was a key contributor to the 1984 Olympic Arts Festival with "Going to the Olympics," a large-scale mural which adorns one of Los Angeles' busiest freeways (Highway 101). Romero has shown extensively in the United States, Europe, and Japan. Notable exhibitions include: "Chicanarte"(L.A. Municipal Gallery), "Hispanic Art in the United States" (Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C. and national tour), "Le Demon des Anges" (Nantes, France; Barcelona, Spain; Lund, Sweden; and Brussels, Belgium), and "American Kaleidoscope" (National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, and Washington D.C.). His work is featured in many permanent collections, including the National Museum of Art in Washington D.C., the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Carnegie Museum in Oxnard, CA. Francisco Romero was a recipient of the prestigious 2001/2001 COLA Award Grant. Romero's works can be seen at the Patricia Correia Gallery at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica and his newly created 44' mural, "The L.A. River," is currently on display at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles' "L.A.: Light/Motion/Dreams" exhibition.

      John Moran Auctioneers
    • Frank Romero, (b. 1941), "Palm Drive-In," 2002, Woodcut on cream paper, Image: 22.25" H x 16" W; Sheet: 29.5" H x 22.5" W
      Nov. 15, 2022

      Frank Romero, (b. 1941), "Palm Drive-In," 2002, Woodcut on cream paper, Image: 22.25" H x 16" W; Sheet: 29.5" H x 22.5" W

      Est: $500 - $700

      Frank Romero (b. 1941) "Palm Drive-In," 2002 Woodcut on cream paper Edition: 25/30 Signed and numbered in pencil in the lower margin: F Romero; titled and dated by repute; an unidentified blindstamp in the lower right margin corner Image: 22.25" H x 16" W; Sheet: 29.5" H x 22.5" W Provenance: The Carolyn J. Adrian Collection, South Pasadena, CA Notes: Throughout his forty-year career as an artist, Frank Romero has been a dedicated member of the Los Angeles arts community. As a member of the 1970s Chicano art collective Los Four, Romero and fellow artists Carlos Almaraz, Beto de la Rocha, and Gilbert Lujan helped to define and promote the new awareness of La Raza through murals, publications, and exhibitions. Los Four's historic 1974 exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art was the country's first show of Chicano art at a major art institution. Since then, Romero has successfully balanced a career in both the public and private arenas. He has completed over fifteen murals throughout the city and was a key contributor to the 1984 Olympic Arts Festival with "Going to the Olympics," a large-scale mural which adorns one of Los Angeles' busiest freeways (Highway 101). Romero has shown extensively in the United States, Europe, and Japan. Notable exhibitions include: "Chicanarte"(L.A. Municipal Gallery), "Hispanic Art in the United States" (Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C. and national tour), "Le Demon des Anges" (Nantes, France; Barcelona, Spain; Lund, Sweden; and Brussels, Belgium), and "American Kaleidoscope" (National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, and Washington D.C.). His work is featured in many permanent collections, including the National Museum of Art in Washington D.C., the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Carnegie Museum in Oxnard, CA. Francisco Romero was a recipient of the prestigious 2001/2001 COLA Award Grant. Romero's works can be seen at the Patricia Correia Gallery at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica and his newly created 44' mural, "The L.A. River," is currently on display at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles' "L.A.: Light/Motion/Dreams" exhibition.

      John Moran Auctioneers
    • Frank Romero, (b. 1941), "New Follies," 2004, Acrylic and mixed media on paper, 26" H x 42" W
      Nov. 15, 2022

      Frank Romero, (b. 1941), "New Follies," 2004, Acrylic and mixed media on paper, 26" H x 42" W

      Est: $500 - $700

      Frank Romero (b. 1941) "New Follies," 2004 Acrylic and mixed media on paper Signed in pencil at the lower left: F Romero; signed again, partially, along the upper edge, at right; titled and dated by repute 26" H x 42" W Provenance: The Carolyn J. Adrian Collection, South Pasadena, CA Notes: Throughout his forty-year career as an artist, Frank Romero has been a dedicated member of the Los Angeles arts community. As a member of the 1970s Chicano art collective Los Four, Romero and fellow artists Carlos Almaraz, Beto de la Rocha, and Gilbert Lujan helped to define and promote the new awareness of La Raza through murals, publications, and exhibitions. Los Four's historic 1974 exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art was the country's first show of Chicano art at a major art institution. Since then, Romero has successfully balanced a career in both the public and private arenas. He has completed over fifteen murals throughout the city and was a key contributor to the 1984 Olympic Arts Festival with "Going to the Olympics," a large-scale mural which adorns one of Los Angeles' busiest freeways (Highway 101). Romero has shown extensively in the United States, Europe, and Japan. Notable exhibitions include: "Chicanarte"(L.A. Municipal Gallery), "Hispanic Art in the United States" (Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C. and national tour), "Le Demon des Anges" (Nantes, France; Barcelona, Spain; Lund, Sweden; and Brussels, Belgium), and "American Kaleidoscope" (National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, and Washington D.C.). His work is featured in many permanent collections, including the National Museum of Art in Washington D.C., the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Carnegie Museum in Oxnard, CA. Francisco Romero was a recipient of the prestigious 2001/2001 COLA Award Grant. Romero's works can be seen at the Patricia Correia Gallery at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica and his newly created 44' mural, "The L.A. River," is currently on display at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles' "L.A.: Light/Motion/Dreams" exhibition.

      John Moran Auctioneers
    • Frank Romero, (b. 1941), "California Plaza," 2001, Screenprint in colors on paper, Image/Sheet: 37.75" H x 25.875" W
      Nov. 15, 2022

      Frank Romero, (b. 1941), "California Plaza," 2001, Screenprint in colors on paper, Image/Sheet: 37.75" H x 25.875" W

      Est: $700 - $900

      Frank Romero (b. 1941) "California Plaza," 2001 Screenprint in colors on paper Edition: 58/140 Partially signed and numbered lower left: F Rome; titled and dated by repute; Self Help Graphics and Art, Los Angeles, CA, prntr./pub., with their blindstamp in the lower right corner Image/Sheet: 37.75" H x 25.875" W Provenance: The Carolyn J. Adrian Collection, South Pasadena, CA Notes: Throughout his forty-year career as an artist, Frank Romero has been a dedicated member of the Los Angeles arts community. As a member of the 1970s Chicano art collective Los Four, Romero and fellow artists Carlos Almaraz, Beto de la Rocha, and Gilbert Lujan helped to define and promote the new awareness of La Raza through murals, publications, and exhibitions. Los Four's historic 1974 exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art was the country's first show of Chicano art at a major art institution. Since then, Romero has successfully balanced a career in both the public and private arenas. He has completed over fifteen murals throughout the city and was a key contributor to the 1984 Olympic Arts Festival with "Going to the Olympics," a large-scale mural which adorns one of Los Angeles' busiest freeways (Highway 101). Romero has shown extensively in the United States, Europe, and Japan. Notable exhibitions include: "Chicanarte"(L.A. Municipal Gallery), "Hispanic Art in the United States" (Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C. and national tour), "Le Demon des Anges" (Nantes, France; Barcelona, Spain; Lund, Sweden; and Brussels, Belgium), and "American Kaleidoscope" (National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, and Washington D.C.). His work is featured in many permanent collections, including the National Museum of Art in Washington D.C., the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Carnegie Museum in Oxnard, CA. Francisco Romero was a recipient of the prestigious 2001/2001 COLA Award Grant. Romero's works can be seen at the Patricia Correia Gallery at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica and his newly created 44' mural, "The L.A. River," is currently on display at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles' "L.A.: Light/Motion/Dreams" exhibition.

      John Moran Auctioneers
    • Frank Romero, (b. 1941), "Cousin Mary Helen in her Dodge," 1993, Screenprint in colors on paper, Image/Sheet: 30" H x 39.5" W
      Nov. 15, 2022

      Frank Romero, (b. 1941), "Cousin Mary Helen in her Dodge," 1993, Screenprint in colors on paper, Image/Sheet: 30" H x 39.5" W

      Est: $700 - $900

      Frank Romero (b. 1941) "Cousin Mary Helen in her Dodge," 1993 Screenprint in colors on paper One of five artist's proofs aside from the edition of unknown size Signed, dated and inscribed "Art. Proof 5/5" in ink at the lower left: F. Romero; titled on a label affixed to the verso of the foam board Image/Sheet: 30" H x 39.5" W Provenance: The Carolyn J. Adrian Collection, South Pasadena, CA Notes: Throughout his forty-year career as an artist, Frank Romero has been a dedicated member of the Los Angeles arts community. As a member of the 1970s Chicano art collective Los Four, Romero and fellow artists Carlos Almaraz, Beto de la Rocha, and Gilbert Lujan helped to define and promote the new awareness of La Raza through murals, publications, and exhibitions. Los Four's historic 1974 exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art was the country's first show of Chicano art at a major art institution. Since then, Romero has successfully balanced a career in both the public and private arenas. He has completed over fifteen murals throughout the city and was a key contributor to the 1984 Olympic Arts Festival with "Going to the Olympics," a large-scale mural which adorns one of Los Angeles' busiest freeways (Highway 101). Romero has shown extensively in the United States, Europe, and Japan. Notable exhibitions include: "Chicanarte"(L.A. Municipal Gallery), "Hispanic Art in the United States" (Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C. and national tour), "Le Demon des Anges" (Nantes, France; Barcelona, Spain; Lund, Sweden; and Brussels, Belgium), and "American Kaleidoscope" (National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, and Washington D.C.). His work is featured in many permanent collections, including the National Museum of Art in Washington D.C., the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Carnegie Museum in Oxnard, CA. Francisco Romero was a recipient of the prestigious 2001/2001 COLA Award Grant. Romero's works can be seen at the Patricia Correia Gallery at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica and his newly created 44' mural, "The L.A. River," is currently on display at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles' "L.A.: Light/Motion/Dreams" exhibition.

      John Moran Auctioneers
    • Frank Romero (1941) Flower Vase, 2010
      Nov. 06, 2022

      Frank Romero (1941) Flower Vase, 2010

      Est: $1,200 - $1,600

      Frank Romero (1941) Flower Vase, 2010 Silkscreen From the edition of 40 Signed/dated on recto Image: 31.25 x 19.25 inches Framed: 36.75 x 24.75 inches

      Santa Monica Auctions
    • Frank Romero (1941) Cheech's Downtown, 2011
      Nov. 06, 2022

      Frank Romero (1941) Cheech's Downtown, 2011

      Est: $500 - $800

      Frank Romero (1941) Cheech’s Downtown, 2011 Digital archival print Signed/dated on recto From the numbered edition of 190 Image: 17 x 22 inches Framed: 22.5 x 28 inches

      Santa Monica Auctions
    • Frank Romero (1941) Untitled (Flower vase), 2010
      Nov. 06, 2022

      Frank Romero (1941) Untitled (Flower vase), 2010

      Est: $1,600 - $1,800

      Frank Romero (1941) Untitled (Flower vase), 2010 Screenprint Signed on recto Image: 35 x 26.5 inches Framed: 46.5 x 38 inches

      Santa Monica Auctions
    • Frank Romero (1941) Untitled, (Turquoise Car) 1986
      Nov. 06, 2022

      Frank Romero (1941) Untitled, (Turquoise Car) 1986

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Frank Romero (1941) Untitled (Turquoise Car), 1986 Monoprint - Mixed Media with hand application Signed/dated on recto 18.5 x 25 inches

      Santa Monica Auctions
    • Los Four, 1994 Roberto De La Rocha, Gilbert Lujan, Frank Romero (1937)(1940-2011)(1941) Frank Romero
      Nov. 06, 2022

      Los Four, 1994 Roberto De La Rocha, Gilbert Lujan, Frank Romero (1937)(1940-2011)(1941) Frank Romero

      Est: $1,400 - $1,800

      Frank Romero (1941) Roberto De La Rocha, Gilbert Lujan, Frank Romero (1937)(1940-2011)(1941) Los Four, 1994 Silkscreen Edition of 100 Signed by three artists on recto Image: 40 x 32.25 inches Framed: 46.5 x 36.5 inches

      Santa Monica Auctions
    • Frank Romero (1941) Untitled (Striped cat)
      Nov. 06, 2022

      Frank Romero (1941) Untitled (Striped cat)

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      Frank Romero (1941) Untitled (Striped Cat) Pastel on paper Signed on recto Image: 30 x 44 inches Framed: 37.5 x 55 inches

      Santa Monica Auctions
    • FRANK ROMERO (B.1941): RED CAR
      Sep. 25, 2022

      FRANK ROMERO (B.1941): RED CAR

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      1986; oil on canvas; signed and dated lower right; 18 x 26 inches; 21 1/2 x 29 1/2 inches frame

      Abell Auction
    • Frank Romero, (b. 1941, American), "Untitled," circa 2007, Screenprint in colors on paper, Image: 24" H x 30" W; Sheet: 28" H x 34" W
      Aug. 23, 2022

      Frank Romero, (b. 1941, American), "Untitled," circa 2007, Screenprint in colors on paper, Image: 24" H x 30" W; Sheet: 28" H x 34" W

      Est: $700 - $900

      Frank Romero (b. 1941, American) "Untitled," circa 2007 Screenprint in colors on paper One of ten artist's proofs aside from the edition of unknown size Signed, numbered and inscribed "8/10 AP" in pencil in the lower margin, at left: F Romero; Self Help Graphics and Art, Los Angeles, CA, prntr./pub., with their blindstamp in the lower right corner of the image; an unidentified blindstamp in the lower margin, at right Image: 24" H x 30" W; Sheet: 28" H x 34" W Provenance: The Carolyn J. Adrian Collection, South Pasadena, CA Notes: Sometimes known as "Uptown," "Blue Freeway," or "Highways," according to the printer/publisher, Self Help Graphics and Art, the artist's title for this work was simply "Untitled." Throughout his 40-year career as an artist, Frank Romero has been a dedicated member of the Los Angeles arts community. As a member of the 1970s Chicano art collective, Los Four, Romero and fellow artists Carlos Almaraz, Beto de la Rocha and Gilbert Lujan, helped to define and promote the new awareness of La Raza through murals, publications and exhibitions. Los Four's historic 1974 exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art was the country's first show of Chicano art at a major art institution. Since then, Romero has successfully balanced a career in both the public and private arenas. He has completed over 15 murals throughout the city, and was a key contributor to the 1984 Olympic Arts Festival with "Going to the Olympics," a large-scale mural which adorns one of Los Angeles' busiest freeways (Highway 101). Romero has shown extensively in the United States, Europe and Japan. Notable exhibitions include: "Chicanarte"(L.A. Municipal Gallery), "Hispanic Art in the United States" (Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C. and national tour), "Le Demon des Anges" (Nantes, France; Barcelona,Spain; Lund Sweden and Brussels, Belgium), and "American Kaleidoscope" (National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.). His work is featured in many permanent collections, including the National Museum of Art in Washington D.C., the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Carnegie Museum in Oxnard, CA. Francisco Romero was a recipient of the prestigious 2001/2001 COLA Award Grant. Romero's works can be seen at the Patricia Correia Gallery at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica and his newly created 44' mural, The L.A. River, is currently on display at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles' L.A.: Light/Motion/Dreams exhibition.

      John Moran Auctioneers
    • Frank Romero, (b. 1941, American), "Crossroads School", Screenprint in colors on paper, Image: 24" H x 32" W; Sheet: 28.25" H x 36.25"
      Aug. 23, 2022

      Frank Romero, (b. 1941, American), "Crossroads School", Screenprint in colors on paper, Image: 24" H x 32" W; Sheet: 28.25" H x 36.25"

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Frank Romero (b. 1941, American) "Crossroads School" Screenprint in colors on paper Edition HC 4/6, aside from the edition of 100 Signed, titled, numbered and inscribed in pencil in the lower margin; with an unidentified blindstamp in the lower left margin corner Image: 24" H x 32" W; Sheet: 28.25" H x 36.25" W Provenance: The Carolyn J. Adrian Collection, South Pasadena, CA Notes: The variant titled for this screenprint is "Crossroads School at Santa Monica Airport" Throughout his 40-year career as an artist, Frank Romero has been a dedicated member of the Los Angeles arts community. As a member of the 1970s Chicano art collective, Los Four, Romero and fellow artists Carlos Almaraz, Beto de la Rocha and Gilbert Lujan, helped to define and promote the new awareness of La Raza through murals, publications and exhibitions. Los Four's historic 1974 exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art was the country's first show of Chicano art at a major art institution. Since then, Romero has successfully balanced a career in both the public and private arenas. He has completed over 15 murals throughout the city, and was a key contributor to the 1984 Olympic Arts Festival with "Going to the Olympics," a large-scale mural which adorns one of Los Angeles' busiest freeways (Highway 101). Romero has shown extensively in the United States, Europe and Japan. Notable exhibitions include: "Chicanarte"(L.A. Municipal Gallery), "Hispanic Art in the United States" (Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C. and national tour), "Le Demon des Anges" (Nantes, France; Barcelona,Spain; Lund Sweden and Brussels, Belgium), and "American Kaleidoscope" (National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.). His work is featured in many permanent collections, including the National Museum of Art in Washington D.C., the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Carnegie Museum in Oxnard, CA. Francisco Romero was a recipient of the prestigious 2001/2001 COLA Award Grant. Romero's works can be seen at the Patricia Correia Gallery at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica and his newly created 44' mural, The L.A. River, is currently on display at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles' L.A.: Light/Motion/Dreams exhibition.

      John Moran Auctioneers
    • Francisco "Frank" Romero, (b. 1940, American), "Untitled," 2007, Screenprint in colors on paper, Image/Sheet: 19.5" H x 28" W
      Aug. 23, 2022

      Francisco "Frank" Romero, (b. 1940, American), "Untitled," 2007, Screenprint in colors on paper, Image/Sheet: 19.5" H x 28" W

      Est: $500 - $700

      Francisco "Frank" Romero (b. 1940, American) "Untitled," 2007 Screenprint in colors on paper Edition 7/70 Signed and numbered at the lower left: F Romero; title and date povided by the printer/publisher, Self Help Graphics and Art, Los Angeles, CA Image/Sheet: 19.5" H x 28" W Provenance: The Carolyn J. Adrian Collection, South Pasadena, CA Notes: Sometimes known as "Blue Freeway" or "Turquoise Freeway," Romero's title for this work was simply "Untitled." Throughout his 40-year career as an artist, Frank Romero has been a dedicated member of the Los Angeles arts community. As a member of the 1970s Chicano art collective, Los Four, Romero and fellow artists Carlos Almaraz, Beto de la Rocha and Gilbert Lujan, helped to define and promote the new awareness of La Raza through murals, publications and exhibitions. Los Four's historic 1974 exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art was the country's first show of Chicano art at a major art institution. Since then, Romero has successfully balanced a career in both the public and private arenas. He has completed over 15 murals throughout the city, and was a key contributor to the 1984 Olympic Arts Festival with "Going to the Olympics," a large-scale mural which adorns one of Los Angeles' busiest freeways (Highway 101). Romero has shown extensively in the United States, Europe and Japan. Notable exhibitions include: "Chicanarte"(L.A. Municipal Gallery), "Hispanic Art in the United States" (Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C. and national tour), "Le Demon des Anges" (Nantes, France; Barcelona,Spain; Lund Sweden and Brussels, Belgium), and "American Kaleidoscope" (National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.). His work is featured in many permanent collections, including the National Museum of Art in Washington D.C., the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Carnegie Museum in Oxnard, CA. Francisco Romero was a recipient of the prestigious 2001/2001 COLA Award Grant. Romero's works can be seen at the Patricia Correia Gallery at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica and his newly created 44' mural, The L.A. River, is currently on display at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles' L.A.: Light/Motion/Dreams exhibition.

      John Moran Auctioneers
    • Frank Romero (American, b. 1941) Zina Monjavas, 1990 Ink and pastel on paper 30-
      Aug. 11, 2022

      Frank Romero (American, b. 1941) Zina Monjavas, 1990 Ink and pastel on paper 30-

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Frank Romero (American, b. 1941) Zina Monjavas, 1990 Ink and pastel on paper 30-1/2 x 21 inches (77.5 x 53.3 cm) (sheet) Signed, titled, and dated upper right: Zina Monjavas / 11/1/90 / FE Romero On stable paper support. There appear to be no major condition issues affecting the work. Sheet with raw edges is float mounted and framed under acrylic. Not examined out of frame. HID01801242017

      Heritage Auctions
    • FRANK ROMERO (born 1941) Dona Sebastiana (Angel of Death)paint on shaped aluminum, signed 'FER' and with the artist's device (lower left on car)height 36in (91.4cm); width 46in (116.8cm), depth 1 3/4in (4.4cm)
      Jul. 28, 2022

      FRANK ROMERO (born 1941) Dona Sebastiana (Angel of Death)paint on shaped aluminum, signed 'FER' and with the artist's device (lower left on car)height 36in (91.4cm); width 46in (116.8cm), depth 1 3/4in (4.4cm)

      Est: $1,500 - $2,000

      FRANK ROMERO (born 1941) Dona Sebastiana (Angel of Death) paint on shaped aluminum, signed 'FER' and with the artist's device (lower left on car) height 36in (91.4cm); width 46in (116.8cm), depth 1 3/4in (4.4cm) For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

      Bonhams
    • FRANK ROMERO (born 1941) Green Hudsonoil on canvas, signed 'F E ROMERO' and with the artist's device lower left24 x 36in (60.9 x 91.4cm)
      Jul. 28, 2022

      FRANK ROMERO (born 1941) Green Hudsonoil on canvas, signed 'F E ROMERO' and with the artist's device lower left24 x 36in (60.9 x 91.4cm)

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      FRANK ROMERO (born 1941) Green Hudson oil on canvas, signed 'F E ROMERO' and with the artist's device lower left 24 x 36in (60.9 x 91.4cm) For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

      Bonhams
    • FRANK ROMERO (B. 1941): NUDE
      May. 22, 2022

      FRANK ROMERO (B. 1941): NUDE

      Est: $700 - $900

      1992; oil on paper; signed and dated lower middle; Provenance: Important Collection, Silverlake, CA; framed floating under acrylic; 17 1/4 x 22 inches; 30 1/2 x 26 inches frame

      Abell Auction
    • Frank Romero "Untitled," 1989
      May. 15, 2022

      Frank Romero "Untitled," 1989

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      Signed and dated in oil pastel on recto Sheet: 32 x 44 inches; Framed: 37.5 x 49.25 inches

      Santa Monica Auctions
    • Frank Romero Signed Poster "Los Lobos"
      Apr. 23, 2022

      Frank Romero Signed Poster "Los Lobos"

      Est: $10 - $20

      Collectible framed poster by Frank Romero of Los Lobos at Plaza. 36.5inch H, 24.5inch W.

      Wealthier Art & Auction
    • FRANK ROMERO (BORN 1941): "DOLORES"
      Jan. 20, 2022

      FRANK ROMERO (BORN 1941): "DOLORES"

      Est: $300 - $500

      lithograph in colors; signed and numbered 39/85; Condition: floating in frame; Provenance: The Estate of Charles Fries and Ava Ostern Fries, Los Angeles; 30 x 40 inches; 37 x 46 1/2 inches frame

      Abell Auction
    • FRANK ROMERO (B. 1941): UNTITLED
      Dec. 16, 2021

      FRANK ROMERO (B. 1941): UNTITLED

      Est: $300 - $400

      2003; mixed media collage; pencil-signed lower left; Provenance: Patricia Correia Gallery, Santa Monica; 20 x 20 inches; 23 x 23 inches frame

      Abell Auction
    • FRANK ROMERO (B. 1941): "ZOOM-ZOOM!"
      Oct. 03, 2021

      FRANK ROMERO (B. 1941): "ZOOM-ZOOM!"

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      glazed ceramic; signed, titled and numbered 2/10; 7 inches wide; 5 1/2 inches deep; 5 inches high

      Abell Auction
    • Sculpture, Frank Romero
      Jun. 20, 2021

      Sculpture, Frank Romero

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      Frank Romero (American, b. 1941), "El Ciclo Eterno," 1988, oil on painted wood sculpture, signed, titled, and dated verso, overall: 36"h x 36"w x 8.25"d. Provenance: Private Collection (Orinda, CA).

      Clars Auctions
    • Painting, Frank Romero
      Jun. 20, 2021

      Painting, Frank Romero

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      Frank Romero (American, b. 1941), Automobile, oil on paper, initialed upper left, sight: 16"h x 23"w, overall (with frame): 24.5"h x 32"w. Provenance: Private Collection (Orinda, CA).

      Clars Auctions
    • Painting, Frank Romero
      Jun. 20, 2021

      Painting, Frank Romero

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      Frank Romero (American, b. 1941), Airplane, oil on paper, signed upper right, sheet: 20"h x 25.5"w, overall (with frame): 24"h x 29.5"w. Provenance: Private Collection (Orinda, CA).

      Clars Auctions
    • Frank Romero Snake in the Grass
      Apr. 17, 2021

      Frank Romero Snake in the Grass

      Est: $300 - $500

      Frank Romero (American, b. 1941) Snake in the Grass Waterless planograph on paper ed. 31 of 40 Signed in pencil FE Romero, lower left Printer's blind stamps, lower left and right.

      Larsen Art Auction
    • Frank Romero, Calavera, 1988
      Mar. 20, 2021

      Frank Romero, Calavera, 1988

      Est: $400 - $750

      Frank Romero (b. 1941) Calavera, 1988 color lithograph, BAT (bon à tirer) edition editioned and initialed lower right: Bon A Tirer FER [artist's cipher] Tamarind chop lower right Tamarind 88-314 15 1/4 x 11 1/2 in. (38.74 x 29.21 cm.), Paper Size: 26 x 19 1/4 in. (66.04 x 48.90 cm.)

      Santa Fe Art Auction
    • FRANK ROMERO (B. 1941): "BLACK CAR"
      Oct. 18, 2020

      FRANK ROMERO (B. 1941): "BLACK CAR"

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      1988 serigraph on handmade paper signed lower left, numbered lower right A.P.(artist proof) 5/5 40 x 60 inches

      Abell Auction
    • Frank Romero, (American, b. 1941), Car, oil on wood, 14 1/2 x 25 1/2 x 5in (37 x 65 x 13cm)
      Oct. 20, 2019

      Frank Romero, (American, b. 1941), Car, oil on wood, 14 1/2 x 25 1/2 x 5in (37 x 65 x 13cm)

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Frank Romero (American, b. 1941) Car oil on wood signed to underside FEK 14 1/2 x 25 1/2 x 5in (37 x 65 x 13cm)

      Andrew Jones Auctions
    • FRANK ROMERO (B. 1941) CHISEL, PAINTBRUSH, AND HAMMER FROM THE STUDIO OBJECTS SE
      May. 24, 2018

      FRANK ROMERO (B. 1941) CHISEL, PAINTBRUSH, AND HAMMER FROM THE STUDIO OBJECTS SE

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      Frank Romero (b. 1941) Chisel, Paintbrush, and Hammer from the Studio Objects Series (three works) Acrylic on paper, each 16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm) (sheet, each) Each initialed and dated: FER 10/30; FER / 10/29; FER 11/1/[...] PROVENANCE: The artist; Private collection, Los Angeles, acquired from the above in 1997. NOTE: This lot is accompanied by a copy of a sales receipt from the Frank Romero Studio. HID04901242017

      Heritage Auctions
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