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Lyon & Turnbull’s Contemporary & Post-War art sale on March 15 in Edinburgh features artwork by both Scottish and international artists, with estimates ranging from £100-30,000.

Towards the modest end at £2500-3500 is this 17 x 13in (42.5 x 33cm) gouache and graphite on amate paper by Guatemalan artist Carlos Mérida (1895-1984). El Signo – Yellow Figures on a Brown Ground dates to 1965 and forms part of Mérida’s geometric period, the last phase of his career. His later works fused elements from the Mayan world with geometric abstraction and integrated into many of his smallerscale paintings the indigenous Mexican papel amate or bark-wood paper.

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