Name Descriptor: Cueto, Lola, 1897-1978×
  • [C'est avec la Mort de Maximilien...]
    Salmon, André
    André Salmon introduces Lola Cueto’s work by referring to certain moments that he considers important. He suggests that Edouard Manet’s painting, La Muerte de Maximiliano [The Death of Maximilian], was Mexico’s debut in the visual arts. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1104283

  • La obra de MMe. Velázquez Cueto, Mexicana
    Salmon, André
    This brief article from the Mexican newspaper El Universal Ilustrado reports on the Lola Velásquez Cueto exhibition of tapestries that opened in Paris on February 6, 1929. The article reproduces the first paragraph of the introduction to the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 800967

  • Lola y sus manos
    Picón-Salas, Mariano, 1901-1965
    Mariano Picón Salas produced this biographical sketch of Lola Cueto on the occasion of her visit to Venezuela for the exhibition of her collection of prints and a program of puppet shows. He discusses the artist’s life and work from three separate [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 825892

  • Papeles Picados : Lola Cueto
    Charlot, Jean
    In a series of philosophical commentaries, Jean Charlot emphasizes what is important and novel in Lola Cueto’s perforated paper works. He points out that one must remove parts of a stone in order create something. He talks about the idea of taking [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 825735

  • Who's Who Abroad?
    Xceron, Jean, 1890-1967
    John Xceron reviews works by Lola Cueto that were exhibited at the Salle de la Renaissance 11 in Paris on February 6, 1929. He begins by saying that the best Mexican art is the traditional folk art created by simple, intuitive people, inspired by the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 825760