A bright and warm modernist watercolor depicting traditional adobe style homes in a lush landscape by Howard Leigh. Signed and dated 1955 bottom left. In 1938, the artist moved to Mitla, Mexico where he lived and worked the remainder of his career. This artwork is showcasing the time in Leigh’s artistic career when he lived in Mexico. Howard Leigh (1896-1981) trained in Paris at the Ecole de Beaux Arts. While in Paris, Leigh chronicled the destruction of the Great War. Today his works are in collections such as the Musée de la Guerre in Paris, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Smithsonian Institution. From a private collection. Dimensions: 29.5”h x 35.5”w x 2”d (framed). In very good vintage condition. |
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