Most of these original art works featured in this exhibition are available as fine art prints. 

Please inquire via email or telephone if you are interested in a limited edition print.  In some cases we have giclees, lithos, stone lithos, serigraphy and etchings depending on what we have in stock.  Our prints and gicless come as limited editions of 100 each on canvas available in different sizes; small, medium and large.  EMAIL: jess@mundogallery.art or call 619-384-2433
A certificate of authenticity is issued with all pieces  from the ©Acevedo Collection.

Work

Indigenous Life

Guiellermo Acevedo was a Peruvian-born artist and master draftsman, most famous in the United States for his striking portrayal of Native Americans of the Southwest.

El Arreglo (The Arrangement)

wax pencil and acrylic on paper 30 x 24 in
1967

Big Mountain

Wax pencil and acrylic on paper 5 x 4 ft
1985

Shaman

Wax pencil and acrylic  on paper 24 x 32 in
1988

Solitario (Alone)

Wax pencil on paper 36 x 24 in

1965

Mariposa (Butterfly)

Charcoal
1966

Walking Man

Pencil and acrylic on paper 30 x 24 in

1970

The Offering

Wax pencil and acrylic on paper 32 x 24 in 
1973

Tres Hermanas con Perro  (Three Sisters with a Dog)

Wax pencil on paper 30 x 24 in

1978

Solitario (Alone)

Wax pencil on paper 36 x 24 in

1965

Where Have You Been?

Acrylic on card paper 24 x 48 in

1986

BASTA! (Enough!)

Acrylic on board 24 x 24 in

1963

Red Dog

Acrylic on canvas 24 x 24 in

1985

Adobe

Acrylic on canvas 20 x 20 in

 

Work

Urban Life

Burges (Bourgeoisie)

Ink on paper 24 x 36 in

1982

Starving Artist

Charcoal on paper 24 x 36 in
1966

In Need

Ink on paper 24 x 40 in

1984

Sleeping Man

Ink on plastic 36 x 24 in

1983

White Top 

Acrylic on cardpaper 30 x 24 in
1980

Work

The Waterfront

The waterfront is an important theme in the artwork of Guillermo Acevedo because he made a good portion of his living from approaching all of the boat captains in the San Diego marina and near the canneries in Barrio Logan to create unforgettable depictions of their beloved ships.

 

 

Blue Pacific

Acrylic on cardpaper 30 x 16 in

1964

Star of India

Wax pencil on paper 24 x 18 in
1967

    Work

Portraits

The.

Mama Lydia

Hand colored photo on canvas with oil pastels  14 x 18 in
1955

Big Mountain

Wax pencil and acrylic on paper 5 x 4 ft
1985

Blue

Wax pencil and acrylic  on card paper 24 x 32 in
1988

Saxman

wax pencil / 32 x 24 in
1978

El Artista The Artist

Pencil and ink on paper 11 x 8 in
1966

Work

Evocative

 

War

Wax pencil on paper 24 x 20 in

1981

Eternally

Charcoal on paper 24 x 28 in
1966

Si Se Puede (Yes I Can)

Wax pencil on paper 30 x 24 in

1966

Love Letters

Acrylic on canvas 30 x 40 in
1983

Washed Away

Acrylic on Canvas 30 x 24 in
1969

Tijuana No

Ink and acrylic on paper 30 x 24 in.
1968

Rage

Ink and acrylic on paper 18 x 24 in

1983

Work

San Diego Historical Buildings

 

 

 

Barrio Logan

Ink and pastel on paper 24 x 18 in

1966

Presidio (Fortified Base)

Serigraphy 24 x 12 in

1967

Work

Landscapes

 

 

 

Tejas (Tile Rooftops)

Colored pencil and pastel on card paper 40 x 24 in

1986

Rimac

Acrylic and pencil on paper 24 x 30 in

1984

Limpara (Lamp)

Acrylic and pencil on paper 24 x 30 in

1984

U.S Grass

Acrylic on papercard 36 x 18 in

1972

On The Road

Acrylic on papercard 12 x 48 in

1968

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