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EARLY CALIFORNIA ART & COLLECTIBLES > Graphite drawing by HERNANDO VILLA (1881-1952)
Graphite drawing by HERNANDO VILLA (1881-1952)

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Drawing of Indian with horse by HERNANDO VILLA (1881-1952)

Los Angeles

Graphite on paper

1946

Frame:  12 1/8" x 15 1/8"
Opening:  5 3/8" x 7 1/2"

Beautiful drawing of an Indian with his loyal horse.  In very good condition.  See photos.  Framed and matted.  Signed and dated 5/15/46.

Villa was a commercial artist and easel painter.  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. 

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