The Epic of American Civilization: Migration (Panel 1)
José Clemente Orozco, Mexican, 1883 - 1949
Overall: 126 1/2 × 105 in. (321.3 × 266.7 cm)
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Commissioned by the Trustees of Dartmouth College
Place Made: Mexico, North America
Signed, east wall (Panel 11): J. C. Orozco / Febrero 13, 1934
Public Art, Reserve Corridor, Baker-Berry Library, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, 1934.
series Mexican Art Abroad, Mexico: Grupo Azabache, September 1994.
Katharine Baetjer, Lisa Mintz Messinger, Nan Rosenthal, The Jackson Pollock Sketchbooks in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1997, ill. p. 65.
Class of 1994, Writing of Seniors, Voces - for class of 1998, 1994
Master Works of Mexican Art in the World, Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Institute Matias Romero for Diplomatic Studies, 1993.
Editorial Clio, Orozco segun Orozco, (Video-in Spanish), Delagacion Coyoacan, Mexico: Editorial Clio, 1998, approx. 43 minutes.
Annette Carlozzi, "Might Could Be" in Terry Adkins Towering Steep, Hanover: Studio Art Exhibition Program, 2003, p.p. 8-10, ill. p. 8.
Nichola Tucker, The Epic of American Civilization as Performative Epic: Student Viewers as Heroes and the Re-Enactment of History, The Collegiate Journal of Art, Spring 2008, Volume IV, 2008, pp. 97-110, ill. p. 99, fig. 2.
Jose Clemente Orozco: Pintura y verdad, Jalisco, Mexico: Instituto Cultural Cabanas, 2010, pp.166-181, ill. p.170.
Mary K. Coffey, Sharon Lorenzo, Lisa Mintz Messinger, Stephen Polcari, Men of Fire, Jose Clemente Orozco and Jackson Pollock, Hanover: Trustees of Dartmouth College, 2012, ill. p.52; p.20, fig.41.
Warren Carter, ed., Art after Empire: From Colonialism to Globalisation, Manchester: Manchester University Press in association with the Open University, 2018, pp. 84-89, ill. p. 86, fig. 2.23
Commissioned by the Trustees of Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, 1932.
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