Extremely colorful portrait of “Carlos” by Ann Louise Snider. Seated figure of young man in the afternoon, wearing a sombrero. Mexican textile draped in the background. Oil on Canvas, art 29x x 36d, framed 34.5w x 41d.
Ann Louise Snider was active/lived in California, Illinois. She was known for painting (figure study and interior). Born in Illinois on Jan. 2, 1899. Snider settled in Santa Barbara in 1935. A divorcée, she died there on May 23, 1973. Her oeuvre includes oils and watercolors of figure studies and interiors.
Southern Calif. Federal Art Project, 1936
Allied Arts Festival, LACMA, 1936 (gold medal)
Oakland Art Gallery, 1939
Montecito Country Club, 1940
Artists Barn (Fillmore), 1940
Gardena (CA) High School, 1945
Source: Edan Hughes, “Artists in California, 1786-1940”