4 3/4 n x 7 1/2 in.
Typically attired in sombrero, sarape, deer-skinned apron, white cotton shirt and pants with huarachi sandals, this is a classic view of a 19th century ox cart driver with his rig, He holds a small metal tipped prod to arouse his “ayunta de bueyes”, drowsing under Jaliscan sun. You can still see these carts in rural latin America as well as this 18th or early 19th c. building, they’re just both a lot more dilapidated. Archival mount and matting. Excellent condition. $400.