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Indian Boy

Guadalupe Apodaca

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Apodaca's brush work adds the right degree of drama and emphasis to his subjects.  He goes beyond the role of a passive observer of Southwestern subjects.  His paintings probe the internal mindset of his sitters.

Savvy Price $1,200.00

Gallery Price $2,000.00

Item Location: Phoenix, AZ
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Apodaca's brush work adds the right degree of drama and emphasis to his subjects.  He goes beyond the role of a passive observer of Southwestern subjects.  His paintings probe the internal mindset of his sitters.

About the Artist

(Born 1941) A pastel and oil painter of landscapes, figures, and portraits in an impressionist style, Guadalupe Apodaca was born in Fort Collins, Colorado and lived for many years in Sedona, Arizona.

He moved to Denver in the late 1990s, and is a long-time member of the Pastel Society of America. He began drawing and painting at the age of three and has said his most influential art teacher was George Cherepov who encouraged him to paint landscapes in Portugal, Spain, and Mexico as well as the American Southwest.

Medium Oil on linen
Canvas size 16" height X 12" width
Frame Silver/ gold gilded lip, hand-wrapped linen liner, silver/ gold gilded ornate wood molding
Frame size 27" height X 22 1/2" width
Signed "Guadalupe Apodaca" at viewer's lower right
Date of creation Circa 1990
Condition Excellent (art and frame)
Provenance MU, an avid art collector west of Phoenix