Spanish Dancer Oil on Canvas Theodore Jackman attribution P799

This oil on canvas of a gorgeous señorita is monumental in size for the genre: the canvas alone measures 28" x 40".  It still proudly bears its original gold leafed gilt frame. Experts peg this to circa 1920. It has been cleaned and relined. The kicker is that such a lovely painting was never signed. ...

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

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 ...

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

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 ...

Nahua Woman, Original Mexican Calendar Art P601

A striking oil portrait of a Nahua, a descendant of the once mighty and feared Aztec peoples. Rare original art for a Mexican calendar, 1940s-50s, their golden age.  24 x 28. The Nahuas /ˈnɑwɑs/ are a group of indigenous peoples of Mexico. Their language of Uto-Aztecan affiliation is called Nahuatl and consists of many more dialects and ...