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EARLY CALIFORNIA ART & COLLECTIBLES > Drawing of Mexican church by HERNANDO VILLA (1881-1952)
Drawing of Mexican church by HERNANDO VILLA (1881-1952)

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Untitled drawing by Hernando Villa (1881-1952)

Graphite

1945

Frame:  12 3/4" x 15 5/8"
Sight:  8 3/4" x 11 1/4"

Beautiful drawing of Mexican church scene with a vaquero and his loyal dog by Hernando Villa (1881-1952).  Villa was a commercial artist and easel painter and best known for his work for the Santa Fe Railway.  He was born in Los Angeles and studied at the Los Angeles School of Art and Design.  Villa established himself as a commercial artist including a long career with the Santa Fe Railroad.  There he created his iconic emblem of the Santa Fe Chief. 

In very good vintage condition.       MMattF Framed, signed and dated.

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