Map of Mexico City by Carlos Mérida 1935 AP479 SOLD

Artist Carlos Mérida created this eye-popping mouth-watering  golden-age  map of Mexico City. Killer.  26" x 21" not framed SOLD Map of Mexico City and Valley Business Directory, 1935, by Carlos Merida and published by Frances Toor Studios, and the associated envelope. Carlos Merida was a Guatemalan artist who joined a Mexican mural painting school and worked with ...

Mexican Carved Wood Frame Miguel Magana 1926 A911 Sold

Signed by sculptor and wood carver Miguel Magana whose work travelled to America as part of the celebrated exhibition: Mexican Arts An Exhibition Organized for and circulated by The American Federation of Arts 1930-31   22" x 28" overall;  open area 15" x 21"   sold The exhibition, Mexican Arts (1930), was developed and coordinated by Dwight W. Morrow (U.S. ambassador to ...

Edward Borein (1873-1945) Ink Studies of Cowboys Roping SOLD P1170

Sensational Western artist. technical mastery allied to acute observation and huge amount of verve and spirit. The real thing.   18" x 14" framed Price on request. No other artist captured the "disappearing West" with the accuracy and vivacity of John Edward Borein (1872-1945). A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Edward Borein rode south in ...

Edward Borein Rope Casting Cowboy Ink Study P1168

In an artist, a thin skin is often part of the equipment. Taking heartfelt encouragement from one of his peers as thinly veiled disparagement, Ed turned away from working in oils. Oil painting's loss was watercolor's and drawing's gain. These studies are nonpareil. 12" x 9" framed Price on request.