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Ceramic. PEYRÓ MEZQUITA, Antonio (1882-1954). Terracotta polychrome. "AVE MARIA". Signature on base. Measures: 40x25cm.
Ceramic. PEYRÓ MEZQUITA, Antonio (1882-1954). Terracotta polychrome. "AVE MARIA". Signature on base. Measures: 40x25cm. Ceramic. PEYRÓ MEZQUITA, Antonio (1882-1954). Terracotta polychrome. "AVE MARIA". Signature on base. Measures: 40x25cm. Ceramic. PEYRÓ MEZQUITA, Antonio (1882-1954). Terracotta polychrome. "AVE MARIA". Signature on base. Measures: 40x25cm. Ceramic. PEYRÓ MEZQUITA, Antonio (1882-1954). Terracotta polychrome. "AVE MARIA". Signature on base. Measures: 40x25cm. Ceramic. PEYRÓ MEZQUITA, Antonio (1882-1954). Terracotta polychrome. "AVE MARIA". Signature on base. Measures: 40x25cm. Ceramic. PEYRÓ MEZQUITA, Antonio (1882-1954). Terracotta polychrome. "AVE MARIA". Signature on base. Measures: 40x25cm. Ceramic. PEYRÓ MEZQUITA, Antonio (1882-1954). Terracotta polychrome. "AVE MARIA". Signature on base. Measures: 40x25cm. Ceramic. PEYRÓ MEZQUITA, Antonio (1882-1954). Terracotta polychrome. "AVE MARIA". Signature on base. Measures: 40x25cm. Ceramic. PEYRÓ MEZQUITA, Antonio (1882-1954). Terracotta polychrome. "AVE MARIA". Signature on base. Measures: 40x25cm.

PEYRÓ MEZQUITA, Antonio (1882-1954). Terracotta polychrome. "AVE MARIA". Signature on base. Measures: 40x25cm.


Antonio Peyró, potter, painter, draftsman, sculptor. The artistic career of Jesús Antonio Peyró Mezquita (1881-1954) was marked by a strong intellectual curiosity that led him to cultivate the best of the different plastic ar... show more

Auction type: OnLine Auction
Category: Ceramic
Lot Id.: 288292
Completed: Sunday, 15/12/2019 19:10:00
Starting price: 300€
Current bid: 300€
Number of bids: 0 bids
Current bid 300€

Antonio Peyró, potter, painter, draftsman, sculptor. The artistic career of Jesús Antonio Peyró Mezquita (1881-1954) was marked by a strong intellectual curiosity that led him to cultivate the best of the different plastic arts. Self-taught and well-known creator knew how to approach the tastes of bourgeois society at the beginning of the century marked by a special regionalism with certain baroque dyes. A ceramic work dotted with unmistakable feminine types that still arouse the interest of many collectors and lovers of that colorful and idealized Spain.

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