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 Manuel Rivera Regalado  (1886 - 1964)

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Lived/Active: New York/California / Mexico      Known for: Painter, lithographer, mural painter

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Born in Mexico City on June 26, 1886. Regalado began painting religious genre while serving as an altar boy in his native city. As a youngster he was a prize-winning student at the Industrial School and the Academy of San Carlos (1902-04). In 1909 he moved to New York for a five-year period where he worked in advertising art. Traveling to Europe, he studied at the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. In 1927 a New York architectural firm hired him to do renderings of Mexican and American buildings and, under their auspices, he went to Chicago as art director for the Century of Progress Expo of 1933. In 1935 he came to California to attend the Expo in San Diego, married, and settled in Los Angeles where he worked as a scene painter for motion pictures. From his studio on Olvera Street came murals, caricatures of tourists, and paintings of the California missions and Chicano genre. He died in Los Angeles on April 3, 1964. Exh: Century of Progress (Chicago), 1933; Laguna Beach Festival of the Arts, 1939; Oakland Art Gallery, 1942; Southwest Museum (LA), 1953 (solo). In: Gulf Bldg (Pittsburgh); Smithsonian Inst.
Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
California State Library (Sacramento); Death record; Los Angeles Times, 4-4-1964 (obituary).
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