Man seated on a Bench
Classic Period, Circa 850-1500 AD
Height: 20 in.  50.8 cm.

Head of an Elderly Person, together with its Face Mask, God M (Ek Chuah)
Late Classic Period, circa 600-700 AD
Head: 6 in.  15.2 cm.
Mask: 4 3/4 in.  12.1 cm.

Xipe-Totec, “Our Lord, the flayed one” (Standing Figure wearing human skin)
Late Classic Period, circa 700-900 AD
Height: 42 in.  106.7 cm.

Warrior Head wearing a Feathered Chin strap
Classic Period, circa 300-600 AD
Terracotta with traces of tar paint
Height: 6 1/2 in.  16.5 cm.

Colima Mask
Early Classic Period, circa 200 AD
Height: 10 in.  25.4 cm.

Acrobates XIII
Gouache on paper laid down on canvas
41 1/4 by 29 in.  104.8 by 73.7 cm.

104 Perimeter Series
Pencil on paper
3 sheets, each: 39 7/16 by 27 9/16 in.  100.2 by 70 cm.
(i) Signed, titled, dated 1969 and inscribed 23 x 25 and 96”
(ii) Signed, titled, dated 1969 and inscribed 24 x 26 and 100”
(iii) Signed, titled, dated 1969 and inscribed 25 x 27 and 104”

Fireplace in Virginia
Circa 1946
Pen, pencil and wash on paper
12 1/2 by 9 1/2 in.  31.8 by 24.1 cm.

Two Quartz Watches
Circa 1985
Acrylic on paper
31 1/2 by 23 1/2 in.  80 by 59.7 cm.
Stamped by the Estate of Andy Warhol and numbered 91.079 on the reverse

Press Release

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is delighted to present a collection of Pre-Columbian Art alongside a selection of Twentieth century works on paper by artists such as Willem de Kooning, Robert Mangold, Brice Marden, Andy Warhol, Joel Shapiro and Arshile Gorky.  The exhibition is currently on view at 1018 Madison Avenue through June 29, 2018. 

Highlights of the Pre-Columbian works include an Olmec Weir Jaguar Mask dating from the Pre-Classic Period, circa 1200 - 500, B.C., a delicately painted Mayan Vase depicting a Ruler undergoing an Enema Ritual, circa 600, A.D., and a stone Yoke, freely carved with serpent symbols, that was worn in a ritual ballgame, circa 500, AD. Among the many other outstanding pieces are works in jade, terracotta and various rare stones, from throughout the early native cultures of The New World.

All works are for sale and offered individually. For sales inquiries, please email David Nash or Lucy Dew at The exhibition is open by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, please call 212-744-7400.