Artist: Guerrero, Raul (USA)
Title: Amazonas: Gonzalo Pizarro 1540-1543, 1995
Artist Birth Date: 1945
Medium: Painting (oil on linen)
Subject: Figure & scene
Art Type: Original
Description: Historical scene of Pizarro’s march across the Amazon River basis depicted on the back of the nude Rockeby Venice painting by Valesquez
Dimensions Framed: 40 H x 60 W
Notes: Exhibited: Museum Contemporary Art San Diego, Aug. 24 – Nov. 25, 2000, titled “Ojos diversos” by Toby Kamp.
Exhibited: William Cannon Gallery, City of Carlsbad, June 5 -Jul. 29, 2005, titled “Painted Ladies” organized by Karen McGuire, catalogue published Partner Press, Carlsbad, 2005 with essay by Judith Christensen, ours illustrated page 10.
Exhibition: University of San Diego (USD), Exhibit Hall – Student Life Pavilion, Game Changer 2: Contemporary Painting and Sculpture from the Matthew & Iris Strauss Family Foundation (15 paintings, 5 sculptures). Feb. 6, 2014 – Mar. 1, 2014. Accompanied by brochure with forward by Professor Sally Yard & Director Derrick Cartwright.
Exhibited: CCAE 2015: Jan 8 – Feb 22, 2015, California Center for the Arts Escondido, Main Gallery Exhibition. “Contemporary Constructions” with emphasis on the German impact on Contemporary Art
Exhibited: San Diego State University, Downtown Gallery, SDSU “Presence: Selections from the Strauss Family Foundation,” Sixteen artworks. Nov. 5, 2015 – Jan. 27, 2016. Curated by Professor Tina Yapelli
Location: FDTN GALLERY /