Taos
1929
8 1/2" x 7 1/2"
Framed: 18.87" x 16.87"
Works on Paper, lithograph
Region: New Mexico
Signed and dated lower right, Titled and numbered lower left
Oklahoma-born artist Ina Annette studied at the University of Oklahoma in Norman and worked in her native state as well as Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico. She was fluent in a variety of graphic media and worked as an illustrator in the 1930s. Her involvement with New Mexico subjects was extensive.

Annetteā€™s bold lithograph of the ruins of the old Mission San Geronimo church at Taos Pueblo is one of the most evocative New Mexico based prints of its time.

About the Artist
(1901 - 1990)
Oklahoma-born artist Ina Annette studied at the University of Oklahoma in Norman and worked in her native state as well as Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico. She was fluent in a variety of graphic media and worked as an illustrator in the 1930s. Her involvement with New Mexico subjects was extensive.