Framed print of Mexican artist Miguel Covarrubias’ Native Means of Transportation in the Pacific Area mural from the 1939 San Francisco World’s Fair. This is one of six mural-maps that Miguel Covarrubias painted for Pacific House, the theme building of the Golden Gate International Exposition in San Francisco in 1939. They are photo-offset lithographic maps printed by H.S. Crocker Company and Schwabacher-Frey Company in 1940. José Miguel Covarrubias Duclaud was a Mexican painter and caricaturist, theater set designer, ethnologist and art historian very well known in the United States as well as in Mexico. Outside frame dimensions: 26″ x 37 1/2.” These prints normally sell for $90 unframed.
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