El 13 de abril de 1929 Federico Cantú envía una carta a su entonces amigo y cuñado Alfonso Fabila , la carta incluye una tinta alusiva a la figura de Ícaro , elemento que utilizara para la obra titulada Homenaje a Lord Byron , unos días depuse el 1 de mayo de 1929 nace el hijo de Federico Y Luz ( en california ) y es registrado con el nombre de ICARO
The two-house compound where author April lives on an avenue in the Hollywood Hills has been home to her husband's family business, Stendahl Galleries, since 1940. For twenty years prior, Earl L. Stendahl provided the finest examples of Impressionist and Modern art to the elite of Los Angeles collectors from his renowned galleries on Wilshire Boulevard. Stendahl was lured to the Hollywood neighborhood by collector Walter Arensberg, who, with Stendahl's help, amassed what was called by an art historian in 1950 "the most discriminating single group of twentieth century paintings and sculpture in existence." Such was Stendahl's influence on the Southern California landscape, which began in 1911 and lasted well beyond his passing in 1966, when son Alfred Stendahl and son-in-law Joseph Dammann (already veteran dealers) carried on the business. Few remember that in 1939 Stendahl hosted one of only two non-museum exhibitions of Pablo Picasso's masterwork, Guernica, to benefit Spanish refugees. That historic showing was one of many pioneering efforts by Stendahl Galleries to bring important artworks to the attention of a public hungry for exposure to fine art.
Earl L. Stendahl was born in Menomonie, Wisconsin of Norwegian descent to a large family of confectioners. In San Diego, California, Stendahl began selling the works of local painters and opened his first gallery at the inauguration of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles in 1921. Stendahl emerged as one of the most innovative and influential art dealers in Southern California. By the 1930s, the gallerist had established his reputation as the premier dealer in painters of the California Impressionist School. William Wendt, Guy Rose, Edgar Payne, Joseph Kleitsch and Nicolai Fechin were part of the early Stendahl stable of artists. Moving to larger quarters on Wilshire Boulevard, Stendahl introduced Modern art to the West Coast with works by Matisse, Chagall, Klee, Feitelson, Siqueiros, Cantú, Kandinsky, Braque and Picasso. In 1939 his gallery was one of only two non-museum venues in the U.S. to exhibit Pablo Picasso's masterwork, Guernica as a fundraiser for Spanish war orphans. As early as 1935, Stendahl began promoting ancient artifacts from Mexico and Central America before branching out to become a significant dealer of the Pre-Columbian art of his day. Stendahl's son, Alfred E. Stendahl and son-in-law, Joseph Dammann, joined the family business. The gallery's archives were donated to the Smithsonian Institution's Archives of American Art in 1976.The Stendahl Gallery continues to operate, celebrating its centennial in 2011, with Earl Stendahl's grandson, Ronald W.
Spring is one of the four conventional temperate seasons, following winter and preceding summer. There are various technical definitions of spring, but local usage of the term varies according to local climate, cultures and customs. When it is spring in the Northern Hemisphere, it will be autumn in the Southern Hemisphere. At the spring equinox, days are approximately 12
hours long with day length increasing as the season progresses. Spring and "springtime" refer to the season, and also to ideas of rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, resurrection and regrowth. Subtropical and tropical areas have climates better described in terms of other seasons, e.g. dry or wet, monsoonal or cyclonic. Often, cultures have locally defined names for seasons which have little equivalence to the terms originating in Europe.
Holy Week (Latin: Hebdomas Sancta or
Hebdomas Maior, "Greater Week"; Greek: Ἁγία καὶ Μεγάλη Ἑβδομάς, Hagia
kai Megale Hebdomas, "Holy and Great Week") in Christianity is the
week just before Easter. In the West, it is also the last week of Lent, and
includes Palm Sunday, Holy Wednesday (Spy Wednesday), Maundy Thursday (Holy
Thursday), Good Friday (Holy Friday), and Holy Saturday. It does not include
Easter Sunday, although traditions observing the Easter Triduum may overlap or
displace part of Holy Week or Easter itself within that additional liturgical
February 08, 1938 - By EDWARD ALDEN JEWELL
- Print Headline: "SHOW REPRESENTS MEXICAN ARTISTS; Work of Fifteen
Painters of Present Day on View at the Valentine Gallery"
Siqueiros, Julio Castellanos and Dr. Atl,
although much less familiar than the first three named, are not newcomers here,
but FedericoCantu, Gabriel Fernandez Ledesma, Guerrero
Galvan, Augustin Lazo, Roberto
May 21, 1939 - - Print Headline:
"OPENINGS OF THE WEEK"
Associated American Artists Gallery (May
23-June 12). Brabazon, Hercules--Water-colors. Knoedler Galleries (May 22-June
3). Cantu, Federico--Recent oils. Charles Morgan
Gallery. (May 22-June 10). Dix,
May 28, 1939,
AMERICAN artists to the number of
thirty-six are repre sented in the eleventh annual exhibition of the American
Print Makers, current (till June 12) at the galleries of Associated American
Artists. Informal in operation, this organization has no officers, but Anne
Goldthwaite, one of the twelve founders, acts as chairman.
January 28, 1940,
new exhibitors in -- the galleries-Ar bit
Blatas, born in Lithuania, whose paintings are at the French Art Gallery,
and FedericoCantu, of Mexican birth, whose oils and
drawings may be seen at the Charles Morgan Gal
April 11, 1943 - By EDWARD ALDEN JEWELLE.A.J
- Print Headline: "BIG NEW GROUP EXHIBITIONS; The International
Water-Color Show at the Brooklyn Museum -- 'Arizona Plan' at the Metropolitan
-- Annual by Women"
which, the appeal of some of the
water-colors by IViariano, and of Amer-. Pelaez is not to be denied. It seems
to me that FedericoCantu and Guillerrno rather
than Rivera, Orozco and 1Vferida, enliven the 1V[ group
April 16, 1944 - By HOWARD DEVREE - Print
Headline: "NEW GROUP SHOWS ARE VARIED"
and several small and adept wood figures by
Ellen Key-Oberg. The Artists' Gallery is showing drawings by Hans
Boehler, FedericoCantu, Maurice Golubov, Joseph and
Louis Monza, and etchings and lithographs by Charles
November 10, 1946 - By H.R. HAYS - Print
Headline: "People of San Rafael"
Mackinley Helm is no exception.People of
San Rafael By H.R. HAYS A MATTER OF LOVE. By Mackinicy Helm. Decorations .
by FedericoCantu. 251 pp. New York: Harper Ec Bros.
s2.50. tales of a provincial city of the