Works by Hispanic Artists from the Collection

Discover works by artists from Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America, and Spain in the Gallery's permanent collection.
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a painting of a man with a guitar
Harlequin Musician
Born in Malaga, Spain in 1881, artist Pablo Picasso attended art schools in his native Spain and in his late teens aligned with writers and artists in Barcelona and Madrid who opposed Spain’s stalled social hierarchies and conservative culture. Pablo Picasso (Spanish), "Harlequin Musician," 1924, oil on canvas #hispanicheritagemonth
an image of people sitting at a table in the middle of a room with paintings on it
The Sacrament of the Last Supper
The background of this painting portrays the view from artist Salvador Dalí’s home on the Catalan coast of northeastern Spain. This painting is a symbolic presentation of the Eucharistic ritual; rather than specific apostles, the men at the table are idealized participants. Salvador Dalí (Spanish), "The Sacrament of the Last Supper," 1955, oil on canvas #hispanicheritagemonth
an abstract painting with blue and green colors
Ace of Clubs and Four of Diamonds
Juan Gris (Spanish), "Ace of Clubs and Four of Diamonds," 1912, oil on board #hispanicheritagemonth
an oil painting of a cityscape with hills and clouds in the sky behind it
Sepúlveda
Ignacio Zuloaga (Spanish), "Sepúlveda," 1909, oil on canvas #hispanicheritagemonth
three people standing on the beach with one holding his hand out to another person who is looking at him
The Tragedy
Pablo Picasso (Spanish), "The Tragedy," 1903, oil on wood #hispanicheritagemonth
a painting of a woman with gloves on
Young Lady Wearing a Mantilla and Basquina
Artist Francisco de Goya quickly became established as a portraitist of the leading members of Madrid society in the 18th century. In 1789, Charles IV made him court painter. Francisco de Goya (Spanish), "Young Lady Wearing a Mantilla and Basquina," c. 1800/1805, oil on canvas #hispanicheritagemonth
a painting of a woman sewing
The Needlewoman
Artist Diego Velázquez is recognized as the leading Spanish painter of the 17th century. He was born in Seville, Spain and in 1623, Veláquez obtained the appointment of painter to Philip IV. Diego Velázquez (Spanish), "The Needlewoman," c. 1640/1650, oil on canvas #hispanicheritagemonth
a living room filled with fake animals and plants
Third World Blondes Have More Money (Raquel 20 Animales)
Daniela Rossell (Mexican), "Third World Blondes Have More Money (Raquel 20 Animales)," 2002, chromogenic print #hispanicheritagemonth
a woman in a long dress walking through the desert
Mujer angel, Desierto de Sonora, México (Angel woman, Sonora Desert, Mexico)
Graciela Iturbide (Mexican), "Mujer angel, Desierto de Sonora, México (Angel woman, Sonora Desert, Mexico)," 1979, gelatin silver print #hispanicheritagemonth
an old photo of a man sitting in a chair pointing to the side with his finger
José Clemente Orosco
Hector Garcia (Mexican), "José Clemente Orosco," 1947, gelatin silver print #hispanicheritagemonth
black and white photograph of an egg shell with many small dots on the surface,
Garden
Graciela Iturbide, Francisco Toledo, Alejandro de Ávila (Mexican), "Garden," 2002 , photogravure #hispanicheritagemonth
an old photo of two women looking at their faces in the mirror, with trees in the background
Frida Kahlo
Lola Álvarez Bravo (Mexican), "Frida Kahlo," c. 1944, gelatin silver print #hispanicheritagemonth
a man is standing on top of a rock with water coming out of his mouth
Sed pública (Public thirst)
Manuel Alvarez Bravo (Mexican), "Sed pública (Public thirst)," 1934, gelatin silver print, printed 1974 #hispanicheritagemonth
an old black and white photo of a man laying on the ground with his head down
Obrero en huelga, asesinado (Striking worker, assassinated)
Manuel Alvarez Bravo (Mexican), "Obrero en huelga, asesinado (Striking worker, assassinated)," 1934, gelatin silver print, printed 1974 #hispanicheritagemonth
an old photo of a woman leaning on a fence
El ensueño (The daydream)
Manuel Alvarez Bravo (Mexican), "El ensueño (The daydream)," 1931, gelatin silver print, printed 1974 #hispanicheritagemonth