Signed, lower right, in graphite: Hector Garcia; Inscribed, on old paper backing [in object file], in graphite: JOSE CLEMENTE OROZCO (1883-1949) / FAMOUS MEXICAN PAINTER & MURALIST / (OROZCO'S LEFT HAND WAS BLOWN OFF IN / A CHILDHOOD ACCIDENT - THUS THE EMPHASIS ON / THE RIGHT ONE; HE WAS ALSO VERY NEAR SIGHTED, WHICH THE PHOTOGRAPHER HAS SUGESTED IN OFF FOCUS FACE / WITH THICK GLASSES) / BY HECTOR GARCIA / FROM CHARLES CAMPBELL, 1983 (BY JOSEPH BAIRD)
A Space for Dialogue 81, Hand Alone: Articulating the Hand in Art, Margaret E. Tierney, Class of 2014, Kathryn Conroy Intern, Main Lobby, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, March 29-May 18, 2014.
Margaret E. Tierney, Class of 2014, Kathryn Conroy Intern, A Space For Dialogue 81, Hand Alone: Articulating the Hand in Art, Hanover, New Hampshire: 2014, ill. p.3, checklist.
Charles Campbell Gallery, San Francisco, California; sold to Dr. Joseph Armstrong Baird, Jr.(1922-1992); owner of North Point Gallery, San Francisco, November 2, 1983; sold to Denenberg Fine Arts, Inc., San Francisco, 1994; sold to Roger Arvid Anderson, San Francisco, California; given to Peter H. Voulkos, Oakland, California, 2001; given to present collection, 2001.
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