Lot 192

Jose Maria de Servin, Michigan, Arizona / Mexico (1917-1983), Esclavo, 1956, encaustic and tempera on board, 34 1/2"H x 28 1/4"W

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Jose Maria de Servin, Michigan, Arizona / Mexico (1917-1983), Esclavo, 1956, encaustic and tempera on board, 34 1/2"H x 28 1/4"W

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000

Current Bid: $400

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October 7, 2023 11:00 AM EDT
Live Auction
Indianapolis, IN, US


Jose Maria de Servin
Michigan, Arizona / Mexico, (1917-1983)
Esclavo, 1956
encaustic and tempera on board
Signed lower right.

Exhibited: Galerie Arte Moderno, Mexico

Biography from the Archives of askART: The following information was submitted by Ben E. Kozlovsky, Sr: Jose Maria de Servin was taken to Guadalajara Mexico by his family when he was two months of age. He was a distinguished member of the group "Young Painters of Jalisco." Later Jose Maria de Servin collaborated with Merciful Jose Orozco in works of the Legislative Palace of Guadalajara, Jalisco. Jose Maria de Servin also taught summer art courses for 15 years at the University of Arizona. Jose Maria de Servin's mural productions were numerous. He painted important murals in union with his brothers Antonio and Miguel. His religious pictures were very well accepted in Europe.

Main Exhibitions:
Spanish Athenian, Guadalajara, Jal. (1940); Gallery of Contemporary Art, Mexico, D.F. (1949); Gallery of Universal Art, Monterrey, N. L. (1959); House of the Crafts, Guadalajara (1964); Rossemberg's Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ. and in Miami, FL. (1969). Crafts Capuchinas, Guadalajara (1971). Building "The Angel", Mexico, D.F. (1977). In addition Jose Mariia de Servin has participated in important exhibitions in Venezuela and Panama. n exhibition tribute was held the year after Jose Maria de Servin's death, Regional Museum of Guadalajara (1984)

Prizes and Distinctions:
Medal of Honor Fair of Jalisco (1953). In the Madonna Festival of Los Angeles, CA., Jose Maria de Servin received the first prize for the work "the Madonna and the Boy" (1956). In 1957 Jose de Servin gained the prestige's Merciful Jose Orozco award. First prize in the Year of the Plastic Arts of Jalisco (1964). In 1967 he is honored with the appointment to Life Member of Friends of the Mexican Art of the Art Museum in Phoenix, Arizona. Named artistic Adviser of the House of the Crafts of Jalisco (1969)

Jose Maria de Servin's murals works are rich in color and show a high sense of the "Mexicanidad". Jose Maria de Servin has works of this sort in the Regional Museum, the House of the Jalisciense Culture and the House of the Crafts as well as in the hotels Mendoza and Hilton, of Guadalajara, Jalisco. His works can be viewed in the Arcs of Phoenix, Arizona.; The Cortijo of San Jose, Tijuana, B. C. and the Pharmacies Benavides de Monterrey, N. L.

  • 34 1/2"H x 28 1/4"W
  • Artist Name:
  • Jose Maria de Servin
  • Medium:
  • encaustic and tempera on board

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