Constant Nieuwenhuys-Pour Niño Ricardo, 1965
Tom Haartsen

Pour Niño Ricardo

x 53,0cm
color lithograph
Private collection

Edition: 25
Niño Ricardo (11 July 1904 – 14 April 1972), born as Manuel Serrapí, was a Flamenco composer, considered by some sources as the most accomplished flamenco player of his day. He played a significant part in the evolution of the flamenco guitar. He lived in the city center of Sevilla. A child guitar prodigy, his early audiences referred to him as the son of Ricardo, leading to his stage-name Niño (de) Ricardo.