Rufino Tamayo. Clowns, (1942).

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Tremaine artworks & designs
15 March 2019

Rufino Tamayo
Clowns, 1942
Oil on canvas
Overall: 19 x 38 in. (48.2 x 96.5 cm)

Rufino Tamayo’s Clowns has been in the collection of the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC since 1971.

To learn more about Rufino Tamayo’s Clowns since c. 1947, click the links to articles and exhibition compilations with documentation below.

Rethinking Painting toward architecture (1947-52) (2017)

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The Painting toward architecture exhibition (1947-52) by the Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art: The artworks and designs (2016)

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The Painting toward architecture exhibition (1947-52), Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art: Documentation and historical information (2016)

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Tremaine Collection artworks and designs in exhibitions (compilation; 1945-present)

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