Gorgeous oil on board depicting a distant Taxco Cathedral against a soft mountainous landscape. Signed "Hilt" in the lower right corner and on the back of board. Displayed in a bright white wooden frame.
The Taxco Cathedral commonly known as the Church of Santa Prisca is a Baroque colonial monument in Taxco de Alarcon (Guerrero, Mexico), built between 1751-1758.
Condition: In excellent condition. No detectable damage to canvas. Frame could be tightened at upper corners, but it is structurally sound.
L - 15"
W -1 3/4"
H - 15"
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