Woman on the Veranda
- Luis Cadena, Ecuadorian, 1830-1889
- Born: Ecuador
- Attributed to
MediumOil paint on tin
Credit LineGift of the Stapleton Foundation of Latin American Colonial Art, made possible by the Renchard family
Attributed to Luis Cadena, Woman on the Veranda, 1870s–1880s. Oil paint on tin; 5¼ × 4¼ × ⅜ in. (13.3 × 10.9 × 1 cm). Gift of the Stapleton Foundation of Latin American Colonial Art, made possible by the Renchard family, 1990.522
Dimensionsheight: 5.25 in, 13.3350 cm; width: 4.25 in, 10.7950 cm; depth: .375 in, 0.9525 cm
DepartmentMayer Center, Latin American Art
CollectionLatin American Art
Known ProvenanceCollected by Daniel Casey Stapleton [1858-1920] while living in Colombia and Ecuador (1895-1914); gifted 26 December 1990 by the Stapleton Foundation of Latin American Colonial Art, made possible by the Renchard Family, to the Denver Art Museum.
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