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Felipe Morales

About the Artist

Felipe Morales in his studio - Oaxaca, 2010 (Photograph © Anthony Hart Fisher)
Felipe Morales in his studio - Oaxaca, 2010 (Photograph © Anthony Hart Fisher)
Felipe Morales embroidery in collection of Museo del Arte Popolar in Mexico City. (Photograph © Anthony Hart Fisher, 2010)
Felipe Morales embroidery in collection of Museo del Arte Popolar in Mexico City. (Photograph © Anthony Hart Fisher, 2010)
Felipe Morales embroidery in collection of Museo del Arte Popolar in Mexico City. (Photograph © Anthony Hart Fisher, 2010)
Felipe Morales embroidery in collection of Museo del Arte Popolar in Mexico City. (Photograph © Anthony Hart Fisher, 2010)
Felipe Morales embroidery in collection of Museo del Arte Popolar in Mexico City. (Photograph © Anthony Hart Fisher, 2010)
Felipe Morales embroidery in collection of Museo del Arte Popolar in Mexico City. (Photograph © Anthony Hart Fisher, 2010)
Felipe Morales in his studio - Oaxaca, 2006 (Photograph © Anthony Hart Fisher)
Felipe Morales in his studio - Oaxaca, 2006 (Photograph © Anthony Hart Fisher)

Biography - Felipe Morales was born in 1959 near Ocotlan, Oaxaca. A self-taught artist, he later studied at the Taller de Artes Plasticas Rufino Tamayo. He works in ceramics as well as painting and print-making.

Exhibitions - His exhibitions have included Cuatro Artistas de Oaxaca, at the Museo Carillo Gil, Mexico City (1983), Contemporary Art of Mexico, Mexican Fine Art Center Museum, Chicago (1988), Oaxaca, Magia en Mexico (1993), Myth and Magic - Oaxaca, Past and Present (1994), at the Palo Alto Cultural Center (California), as well as many solo exhibitions in Oaxaca.

Region:
La Visita, Haciendo Camino - Felipe Morales
SKU: FMo-2

Aquatint, (14 1/2 x 18)
#P/T, 2000

$650 framed

Felipe Morales - Fandango
SKU: FEM-198G

Aquatint, (Image size 9 1/2" x 12 5/8")
#7/30, 1995

$515

Felipe Morales - El Hombre Carinoso
SKU: FMo-13

Aquatint
(Image size 29 x 19cm - 8 3/4" x 6 1/2")
#2/20, 2007
Framed

$490 framed

Velorio (Wake)
SKU: FEM-0602

Aquatint, (9 1/2" x 11 1/2" image on 15 1/2" x 18 1/2" sheet)
#4/30, 1998

$450

Felipe Morales

Felipe Morales (Oaxaca, Mexico),
Oil on Canvas, (34 x 63cm - 13 1/2" x 24 3/4"), 2007

Price on Request
Caminantes
SKU: FEM-1002

Aquatint, (50 x 45cm - 17 1/2" x 12 3/4", Sheet size 18 3/4" x 23 1/2")
#12/20, 2009

$925 framed

Product Status: 
Sold
Felipe Morales
SKU: FMo-15

Oil on Canvas
(29 x 37cm - 8 3/4" x 11 3/4"), 2009

$595 framed

Product Status: 
Sold