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Luis Quintanilla

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The Prints of Luis Quintanilla:
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Catalogue Entry #: 66
Title: Untitled [Head and Hand]
Series: New York Prints

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Date: 1952

Medium: Lithograph

Edition: 10

Dimensions: 17 x 11 1/2 in.

Printer and Publisher: Margaret Lowengrund

Paper: Wove

Signature: Signed in pencil, within the image, lower left corner

Public collections holding this print: Currently Unknown (CU)

Topic galleries for this print:
1. Men (studies of)


In July, 1952, at a party at the home of Edy Millman in Woodstock, NY, Quintanilla met Margaret Lowengrund (American artist-printmaker and 57th Street art dealer -- 1905-1957). At her request, he sketched this portrait on a lithographic stone and she printed an edition of 10. Lowengrund kept seven for herself to sell in her New York gallery, while giving three to the artist (unpublished Notes of Paul Quintanilla).

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