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About Children around the Gazebo
Size of canvas31 x 23 Purchased fromMazatlan Art Gallery
Signed atLower right ConditionExcellent
Price$2500 MediumOil on Canvas


About Two Sisters
Size of canvas31 x 23 Purchased fromMazatlan Art Gallery
Signed atLower right ConditionExcellent
Price$2500 MediumOil on Canvas

Now this is funny. For quite a time I had a photo here of someone whom I thought was Aurelio Pescina, but it turned out to be Emiliano Zapata. Oops. The funny thing is that since I posted it, it is now all over the internet as Aurelio Pescina. If anyone out there has an actual photo of Mr. Pescina, I would very much appreciate a scanned copy. Thanks. He was born in 1938 in San Luis Potosi, and died in 1990 in Mexico City. Even as a child, he was interested in painting. His paintings resonate with vibrant colors, impressionistic pointillism and bold brush stokes. Through the use of simplified figures, he captures the essence of daily life in provincial Mexico as it existed during his lifetime. He began his studies in the School of Painting and at the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, and participated in the creation of the murals at the National Museum of Anthropology. Aurelio Pescina gave many one man shows during his life. Many were in Mexico, but his other venues included Athens, Burnsville, Dallas, Newport Beach, and San Diego.

If you are interested in any of these paintings, please contact me at nadinelaxen@pobox.com. I pride myself on my reputation for honesty, as attested by my ebay profile and I can also provide the names and numbers of previous customers with whom I have dealt directly. Thanks for looking. Flattr this
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