Oil on canvas, 15" by 19" (22" by 25 1/2" as framed), the subject the famous Taos Pueblo of northern New Mexico, an iconic scene of the Great Southwest, the painting signed at lower right "Stowell". Included in this picture is a stormy dark sky, the pueblo itself bathed in a ray of sun, and no less than eight figures and one saddled horse. I've researched the signature and can't definitively tie this to any particular artist, listed or otherwise. There IS a Sherman Stowell, who painted in the northeast, but I don't see evidence that he executed southwestern works, and he signed "Sherman Stowell". So we'll offer this painting on its own merits. Condition is excellent, with just a little smoke residue (the nose test) and there are a few losses on the frame, which is really not at all suitable for the subject matter. A western distressed mesquite etc. style frame will work wonders on this painting. INCLUDING OTHER NEW MEXICAN PAINTINGS.
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