“Arguetypo”, 1962-63, Etching, 17 3/4″ x 18″
“Animal”, Linoleoment, G – 1956, 10 1/2″ x 18″
“Arcaic Symbol”, Altar, 1963-64 NY, AP, 15″ x 21″
“Merope”, nd, 70-110, 29 1/2″ x 21 1/3″
“Archetype”, 1966, 1/20, 27 1/2″ x 21 1/2″
“Eminations”, 1963, AP, Aquatint, 20 1/2 x 20″
“Enigma”, 1966 LA, 5/20, 22″ x 30″
“Veises – Ulises”, nd, 63/90, 22 1/2″ x 30″
“Dream”, 1970 NY, Lithograph, 22 1/2″ x 29 3/8″, Printed by Morlot
“Orion”, nd, 60/110, 22 1/2″ x 30″

Rodolfo Abularach

Born in Guatemala in 1933, Rodolfo Abularach is one of Latin America’s most distinguished artists. Abularach is best known for his works from the mid 1960’s that feature dramatic close-ups of the human eye. For some two decades he continued meticulously to explore the psychological and spiritual states of being inherent in the symbol of the “Eye”. This haunting work – often with titles alluding to ancient Greek mythology as well as literature – reveal a thoughtful, well-educated artist probing the mysteries of the psyche.


Selected Collections

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Museum of the Americas, Washington, DC
Museo Cuevas, Mexico City.
Museum of International Contemporary Graphics, Fredrikstad, Norway.
Museum of Art, Cairo, Egypt.
High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia.
Museum of Modern Art, Bogota, Colombia.
Museum of the University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico.
Museum of Fine Arts, Caracas, Venezuela.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California.
Museum of Modern Art, Guatemala City, Guatemala.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Museum of Art, Fleming Museum, Vermont.
Museum of Art and History, Geneva, Switzerland.
County Museum, Los Angeles, California.
National Museum of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland.
Museum of Art, Baghdad, Iraq.
Panarte Museum, Panama.
The Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Museo del Barrio, New York.
Chase Manhattan Bank Collection, New York.
New York Public Library, New York.
New York, Interchem, New York.
Sala Luis Angel Arango, Bogota, Colombia.
Institute of Spanish Culture, Madrid, Spain.
University of Massachusetts, Massachusetts.
Sala Mendoza, Mendoza Foundation, Caracas, Venezuela.
Cartón y Papel of Mexico, D.F., Mexico.
Interamerican Bank, Washington, DC.
Leticia Guerrero Collection, Bank of Quito, Quito, Ecuador.
Direction of Fine Arts, El Salvador.
Milwaukee Art Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Central University of Venezuela, Venezuela.
Alternative Center for International Arts, New York.
World Print Council, San Francisco, California.
University of Austin, Austin, Texas.
Bank of Guatemala, Guatemala.