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Black Sun Separating Two Villages

Pablo Nicolas

About The Black Sun Separating Two Villages

In the early 1960's Max Kerlow, encouraged artistst from this area of Mexico to create paintings that could be more easily transported than the Mexican ceramics he had little luck in shipping without incident.  Consequently quite a number of artists gained recognition for their imaginative compositions on the bark paper.

Nicolas' depictions are far more elaborate than examples commonly found in gift shops.

 

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In the early 1960's Max Kerlow, encouraged artistst from this area of Mexico to create paintings that could be more easily transported than the Mexican ceramics he had little luck in shipping without incident.  Consequently quite a number of artists gained recognition for their imaginative compositions on the bark paper.

Nicolas' depictions are far more elaborate than examples commonly found in gift shops.

 

About the Artist Born in 1952, Pablo Nicolas is an artist from Xalitla, Mexico, known for his scenic paintings on amate bark.
Medium Pigment on amate bark
Size 14 1/2" height X 45" width
Frame Two paper mats, Plexiglas, gold finished wood molding
Frame size 26 1/8" height X 57 1/8" width
Signed "Pablo Nicolas" at viewer's lower right
Date of creation Circa 1985
Condition Excellent (art). Some scratches on Plexiglas.
Provenance LoDem