The Sisters of Saint Marina: in the style of the artist Julio Romero de Torres P998

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Beautiful rendition of The Sisters of Saint Marina, original painted in 1915. (this artist unknown) Oil on Canvas laid down on board, 29w x 40h image, with frame 35w x 45h. Two smiling sisters, playful but sensuous, inviting. The original artist, Julio Romero de Torres (1874-1930) was one of the most famous Spanish artists of what ...

Spanish Colonial Floral Still Life with Parrot Oil on Canvas Mounted on Wood dated 1729 P947

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A little masterpiece of decorative art. Expert cleaning has revealed beautiful and intricate details, the total effect is simply gorgeous. The canvas, though bonded to wood, is very stable. An explosion of flowers and one superb bird. Price on request.

Humberto Peraza 1968 Sculpture Matador with Raised Banderillas P869

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Terrific bronze by the noted Mexican sculptor Humberto Peraza (b. 1925), who has made a career of portraying the drama of the bullring. The work is unusual for him, stripped as it is of his usual naturalism down to the very essence of of the action about to take place. On a 6' x 12' ...

Carlos Murillo C. & Jose Maria Jara attributed/collaboration “Fiesta Del Pueblo-Danza Del Toro 1899″ Oil on Canvas P781

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Really a knockout. A large oil full of life and painted with devotion and verve by Carlos Murillo, most probably in collaboration with his mentor and teacher, Jose Maria Jara Peregrina. José Jara's paintings were hugely popular in their time, and remain important. His fascination with folklore and custom, "Mexicanismo" prefigured the twentieth century intellectual ...

The Golden California Show October 12th, 13th at the Glendale Civic Auditorium

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Its that time of year again for the fabulous Golden California Show held annually at the Glendale Civic Auditorium October 12th 10 am - 6 pm and October 13th 10- 4pm. We have reserved some very special pieces for the show this year and I know our vendors have too. Below you will find some ...

Jorge B. Murillo Watercolor: Xochimilco, the Floating Gardens P721

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One of the most magical environments in Mexico is the system of lakes and canals that are all that remain of the Aztecs' astonishing feat of engineering and agricultural innovation around their ancient capital. A truly charming scene dear to the Mexican soul. Note the  flowers in the little boats being harvested and taken to ...

Francisco Cornejo (1892 – 1963) Gouache of Taxco, Mexico P722

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A wonderful gouache of a lush hillside in Taxco, Mexico by Francisco Cornejo dated 1931. Art measures 19" x 20" Francisco Cornejo (1892 - 1963) was born in La Paz, Mexico. In 1911 he moved from Mexico City to Los Angeles, where he resided until 1930. He lectured on ancient American art to San Francisco public ...

Jorge Murillo Watercolor of a Mexican Festival P704

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A beautiful watercolor by Jorge Murillo depicting a Mexican religious festival  procession leading up to a mission: Perhaps, Dia de la Virgen de Guadalupe. Art measures 26" x 10". On this day people from all parts of Mexico make their way to Mexico's chief religious center at the Basilica of the Virgen of Guadalupe, located in ...

Alfred Ybarra Production Designer Special Exhibit April 5TH Opening Reception. 5-11PM

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Come celebrate our 10th anniversary in the antiques industry. We will have a special exhibit of a well known, but little seen artist and Hollywood production designer: Alfred C. Ybarra 1905-2001. Ybarra is known for his work on the Empire State Building, and over 100 films: Including, “The Alamo”. We will be exhibiting more than ...

F. Martinez Lais Mexican Girl Holding a Hen Oil On Canvas 1940s P654

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Acquired from the original owner's estate, known to have been purchased in the forties, signed F. Martinez Lais. We think it's a knockout, a touch surrealist, slightly cartoonish and triumphantly Mexican-identified, modern-folkloric in the manner only a Mexican painter can pull off, this little peasant girl exerts a lot of power, seen from above, standing ...

Mexican Calendar Chromo “Leyenda de Mayab” 1940s AP307

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Publisher: Galas De Mexico. A Mayan legend is portrayed, and we would love to know the story. In the Mexican calendar trade, chromos, short for chromolithographs, were the pictorial element of the calendar, the other two elements being the lower backing, the faldilla, to which was stapled the santoral, the date pad. A few were commissioned ...

Jose Moya del Pino “Spanish Girl” oil on canvas P173

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Jose Moya del Pino 1891-1969. Painter, illustrator, muralist.  Born in Priego, Spain on March 3, 1891.  Having developed artistically at an early age, at ten Moya del Pino was apprenticed to an itinerant religious painter.  In 1904 he moved to Granada where he worked under Laterre, another religious painter, and attended night classes at the ...