Xavier Gonzalez  (American/Spanish, 1898-1993) 

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Xavier Gonzalez, S.S. Warrior

 

Xavier Gonzalez
S.S. Warrior
1938

F.B. Horowitz Fine Art, Ltd.
Xavier Gonzalez, Riders - "Homage to Uccello"

 

Xavier Gonzalez
Riders - "Homage to Uccello"
1984

F.B. Horowitz Fine Art, Ltd.
 
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Xavier Gonzalez, Marinescape

 

Xavier Gonzalez
Marinescape
watercolor on paper

 

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Xavier Gonzalez, Marinescape

 

Xavier Gonzalez
Marinescape
watercolor on paper

 

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Xavier Gonzalez, Along the Shore

 

Xavier Gonzalez
Along the Shore, 1963
watercolor

 

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1898   Born on February 15, 1898, in Almería, Spain
1922   Moved to the United States and took a job as a draftsman at a railroad in Iowa
1922 - 1925   Studied at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
1925   Moved to San Antonio, TX where he taught in the school of his uncle José Arpa and at the Witte Museum
1931   Left San Antonio, TX after being invited to teach at the Sophie Newcomb College in New Orleans, LA
1935   Taught at the Sul Ross State Teacher's College in Alpine in the late 1930s
1940   In the mid-1940s he moved to New York, where he lived most of the rest of his life
1951   Guest instructor at the San Antonio Art Institute, San Antonio, TX
1993   Died on January 9, 1993 in the Bronx, NY
1968   Witte Museum, San Antonio, TX (solo)
1955   Witte Museum, San Antonio, TX (solo)
1947   Witte Museum, San Antonio, TX (solo)
1928   Witte Museum, San Antonio, TX (solo)
  Witte Museum, San Antonio, TX
  Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
  Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
  Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA