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|Maynard Dixon (1875-1946)|
Original Illustration for San Francisco Examiner. Framed size is 22 by 31 inches. This was the famous Mexican Joaquin Murietta, a revolutionary, that the book "Zorro" was based on. Published in "The Art of Maynard Dixon" by Donald Hagerty, copyright 2010, page 23. Published in New Mexico Magazine, January 2011, page 23 in an article titled "Dead Set: Deceased artists spell big bucks - or big bargains - on the secondary market" by Wolf Schneider. Published in "The Art of the Saltillo" catalog, 2014.
|Location of Origin: North America|
|Medium/Materials: Goauche Illustration. Illustration for San Francisco Examiner.|
|Dimensions: 13 by 23 inches|
|Primary Classification: Arts of the American West : Western American Paintings & Illustrations|
|Secondary Classification: Antique Picture Frames and Fine Art for Sale : American Art|
|Provenance: Acquired from a private collection.|
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