Chromolithograph poster, 24.5 x 31.75 in., mounted on linen, 28.75 x 36 in. Joseph Jacinto “Jo” Mora (Uruguay/America 1876-1947). Sweetheart of the Rodeo. Monterrey, CA: Jo Mora Publications, 1933.
Uruguayan born artist and cowboy Joseph Jacinto “Jo” Mora immigrated to California in 1903 where he became known as a “Renaissance Man of the West.” He lived with the Hopi and Navajo from 1904-1906, before moving to the artist colony Carmel-by-the-Sea with his family in 1921. This charming poster features a large central image of a frenetic rodeo surrounded by illustrations of various saddles, styles of dress, techniques, and cowboys throughout history.
Minor toning to poster edges. Colors bright and vivid.
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