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Works in the Exhibition

José Clemente Orozco
Untitled, 1930
(study for the mural Prometheus)
Charcoal on paper
9 × 12 inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Untitled, 1930
(study for the mural Prometheus)
Charcoal on paper
12 × 9 inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Untitled, 1930
(study for the mural Prometheus)
Charcoal on paper
12 × 9 inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Peasant with hands clasped, 1923
(study for the mural Revolutionary Trinity)
Graphite on paper
14 ¾ × 11 ½ inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Los Trabajadores (The Workers), 1927
(study for the mural The Workers)
Charcoal on paper
18 × 17 inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Study of arms and torso, ca. 1926
(study for the mural Indian Races)
Charcoal on paper
16 ⅞ × 25 ¼ inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Ancient Races, 1926
(study for the mural Ancient Races)
Graphite on paper
16 ½ × 23 ¾ inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Study of wrist and hand, ca. 1923
(study for an unidentified mural at Escuela Nacional Preparatoria)
Charcoal on paper
21 × 16 inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Study for right arm, ca. 1923
(study for an unidentified mural at Escuela Nacional Preparatoria)
Charcoal on paper
20 × 36 inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Foreshortened arm, 1936
(study for either the mural The Creator and Rebellious Man or The People and Their False Leaders)
Graphite on paper
3 ¾ × 9 ½ inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Head of Quetzalcóatl, 1932
(study for the mural Departure of Quetzalcóatl)
Graphite and pastel, mounted on board
25 ¾ × 20 inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Study of extended right arm with clutched hand, 1932
(study for the mural Ancient Human Sacrifice)
Charcoal on paper
17 ¾ × 13 ⅞ inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Untitled, 1937 – 39
(study for the mural Man on Fire)
Charcoal on paper
24 × 18 inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Study of seated Indian, 1937
(study for the painting Seated Indian, from the series “Los Teúles”)
Charcoal on paper
26 ⅜ × 19 inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Female nudes, 1945
12 × 18 inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Warrior and nude, date unknown
Pen and ink on paper
17 ⅜ × 11 ½ inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Foreshortened woman,ca. 1931 – 35
Ink on paper
19 ⅞ × 26 ⅞ inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Female nude, ca. 1937
Ink on paper
21 ¾ × 14 ¾ inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
The Pearl: Death at the Cliff, ca. 1945
(unpublished illustration for John Steinbeck The Pearl, 1947, The Viking Press, New York City)
India ink and graphite on paper
17 ½ × 11 ½ inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Woman supporting her head with arm, ca. 1939
Tempera and gouache on paper
21 ¼ × 13 ⅞ inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Portrait of woman, date unknown
Charcoal on paper
27 ⅞ × 20 ⅞ inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

José Clemente Orozco
Foreshortened woman, ca. 1942
Charcoal on paper
9 ¾ × 20 ⅛ inches
Michael Wornick Collection

José Clemente Orozco
Portrait of Alinia, ca. 1947
Pen and ink on paper
17 ¼ × 13 inches
Michael Wornick Collection
Photo: M. Lee Fatherree

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