The small watercolors were part of Elias Oliver Amador's earlier work, during which he developed his self-effacing last names only signature Amador Sandoval. They are characterized by a dreamy, impressionistic style. Most probably were painted between 1930-1950 although some might be earlier. They measure 10" x 14" unless specified otherwise. These watercolors are stamped on the back by the Mexican government for exportation purposes, dated 1963.
Pidgeons on holy water well in front of a Mexican church door. Saint Prisca (Church), Mexico.
Lagartero River, in Chiapas, Mexico, a Mayan site. Winding scenic river on a sunny day.
Mexican housemaid Leonila with typical attire, a popular type of painting from that era.
Augustine Monastery and Church in Yecapixtla, Morelos, Mexico with strong Gothic lines.
Panoramic view of the Popocatépetl, the smoking volcano on the outskirts of Mexico City.
Church with market, in Xochimilco, Mexico
Classic depiction of a Mexican pottery market
Atilalaquía Parrish in Hidalgo, Mexico
A smoldering view of the Paricutín Volcano, Mexico. It erupted in 1943 (-1952) in a cornfield which was witnessed by a local peas…
Zacatlán Convent, located in Puebla, Mexico
Children playing on a Guanajuato street, a famous colonial city in Guanajuato, Mexico
Little Red Riding Hood skips merrily toward a cottage in a watercolor labeled "Fantasy"
The Bell Tower being rung with sounds freely floating through a perfect blue sky.
Borda Gardens with a pair of lovers crossing through its iron gate, overseen by a church dome in the background, Cuernavaca, Morel…
Detail of Tepecaca Convent, Puebla, Mexico, with Mexican peasants and donkeys at its Spanish door.
Mexicans entering the Tepoztlán Atrium, Morelos, Mexico.
Panoramic view of the volcanoes Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl on the outskirts of Mexico City, with grazing sheep in the foregroun…
A church located in Xochimilco, Mexico
Madero Avenue on a rainy 1930's day in Mexico City.
View of a street in Guanajuato, a colonial city in Guanajuato, Mexico.
Clear glass vase holds red flowered stems, on hand-loomed wool Mexican textile, Painted in late 1930s, and stamped 1942 for export…
Humble pottery vase with blue flowers, 1930's. Loving depiction of the greatness found in the humble. Stamped 1942 for exportation…
Convent with donkeys, not labelled, Mexico circa 1940's, 15" x 11"
Xochimilco Lagoon, Mexico, 15" x 11"
Acapulco Bay, Guerrero, Mexico 15" x 11"
Tarahumara Indian family cooking 15" x 11", Mexico
Convent near Cerro de la Silla (Hill of the Chair), Monterrey, Mexico, 1940's, 15" x 11"
Pastoral scene labelled "The Siesta", Mexico
Teotihuacán Pyramid, Mexico
Tepotzotlán bell tower, Mexico
Tepecaca Moorish Tower, Puebla, Mexico
Franciscan Convent in Tepecaca, Puebla, Mexico
Tepotzotlán Tower, Mexico
Tulancingo Church and Tulancingo River, Hidalgo, Mexico
Teocelo Ravine with overpass bridge, Veracruz, Mexico
Chapel of the Conception, Capilla de la Concepción, Mexico
Palace of Cortés, Mexico
Church of the Nativities, Iglesia de las Natividades, Mexico
Tizatlán Church, Tlaxcala, Mexico
Claustro (religious courtyard) of Acolmán, Mexico
Los Remedios Aqueduct (The Remedies), Michoacán, Mexico
Yanhuitlán Dominican Convent, Oaxaca, Mexico
Museum Monument of the (Mexican) Revolution, built 1932-1938, watercolor circa this period.
1930's view of the Cathedral located downtown in the Zócalo, Mexico City, D.F. Framed so notation of the location on back of the…
Interesting spiritual rendition and perspective of the spires on Lion Cathedral. Unusual and great perspective of cathedral towers…
Boat docking in New York Bay.
Village Chapel (in Cuernavaca?) with his highness the loyal dog waiting in tow for his owners.
Male Moose ink and pen drawing, unsigned. Only surviving ink and pen sketch, 7.5" x 10.5". His notebooks full of ink and pen ori…
Small 9.25" x 11.5" watercolor by Severo Amador his oldest brother, was sold to a private American collector and recently acquired…
Watercolor dated 1929 by Severo Amador (1886-1931), Mexican girl, 9.5" x 11.5 on watercolor paper, still in original frame.