This group of watercolors is of intermediate size. The paintings themselves measure 13.5" x 20". They comprise his work mostly dating back to the fifties, bearing a double stamp for exportation by the Mexican government, Nov 15, 1963.
Titled "El Popo", this watercolor depicts a breathtaking view of the Popocatépetl volcano or smoking prince on the outskirts of Me…
Titled "Rompeolas", this features a seawall or breakwater view situated in Mexico.
Atzcapozalco Church situated in northern Mexico City, a site that is rich in legends and indigenous history.
Cholula Church located in the State of Puebla, La Virgen de los Remedios. Puebla is the holy city with 365 Catholic churches and…
Santa Prisca Cathedral in Taxco, Mexico shown along with a panoramic view of the colonial village with its red tile roofs. This Ca…
Xochimilco Canals, Mexico with a woman wading her way across.
Guanajuato street, a colonial city situated in a valley in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico.
Flowing with Mexican flavor and color, a colonial patio in Taxco, Mexico is depicted.
Loreto Church in Baja California, Mexico, also known as Baja Mexico.
Scenic colonial Guanajuato street, Guanajuato State, Mexico.
Peaceful pastoral scene.
Bucolic scene with roaming sheep.
"El Nevado de Toluca", meaning the snowed in one from Toluca, Mexico. This volcano grew out of small eruptions with no lava so it…
Cuernava Cathedral in the State of Morelos, Mexico. Cuernavaca is known as the City of Eternal Spring since it is at a constant 8…
Pastoral scene featuring a (hay) wagon.
Contreeno Church in San Luis County, Baja California, Mexico.
Jamapa River, Veracruz, Mexico
Pastoral scene with grazing cows.
Manzanillo Bay in the State of Colima, Mexico.
Island of Janitzio featuring a bay in Lake Pátzcuaro, Mexico
Scenic Tláhuac River, located in a historic borough of Mexico City.
Village Chapel (in Cuernavaca?) with his highness the loyal dog waiting in tow for his owners.
Replica of the Egyptian Gods Anubis (jackal), Thoth (scribe) and Sobek (crocodile god of the underworld) judging a newly deceased'…