This interesting picture recently came to light in Ajijic. It is (to the best of my knowledge) unsigned and undated. It appears to be a silkscreen rather than a painting. Does anyone recognize this work or have suggestions as to who the artist might be?
Thanks, in advance, for any help you can offer.
Previous art mysteries:
- Ajijic Art Mystery: Who painted these works from 1949/1950?
- Art Mystery: German artist Trude Neuhaus: more information needed…
- How long was muralist Marion Greenwood (1909-1970) in Chapala?
- Art mystery: Which photographer signed his work like this?
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Tony Burton’s books include “Lake Chapala: A Postcard History” (2022), “Foreign Footprints in Ajijic” (2022), “If Walls Could Talk: Chapala’s historic buildings and their former occupants” (2020), (available in translation as “Si Las Paredes Hablaran”), “Mexican Kaleidoscope” (2016), and “Lake Chapala Through the Ages” (2008).
Maybe I am pushing it, but I see some of the “stained glass” style mentioned of Priscilla Frazer in your unsigned mystery painting in the heavy black outlines and leaf/brick shapes