165 Félix Resurrección Hidalgo (1855 - 1913) - Horse Carriage

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LITERATURE: Alfredo Roces, Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo & The Generation of 1872, in the chapter, Galeria Hidalgo, Published by the Eugenio Lopez Foundation, Page 261, Illustrated in full color
PROVENANCE When Felix Resureccion Hidalgo died in 1913 leaving a fortune of real estate, shares of stock, and paintings, leaving without legitimate descendants nor recognized natural heirs, the mother of the deceased, Dona Maria Barbara Padilla y Flores, inherits. The next year she dies leaving the Hidalgo-Padilla fortune to her heirs. The bulk of the paintings then went to the “sobrinos” of Felix, namely Don Felipe Hidalgo, son of Jose; Don Eduardo Hidalgo Paz and Dona Rosario Paz de Perez, children of his sister Pilar who was married to Maximo Paz.
signed (lower left)
oil on canvas
12" x 21 1/2" (30 cm x 55 cm)