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    Jose Silva (attributed) Corridos Perrones #58 and Other Cover Paintings Original Art Group of 3 (Editorial Toukan, 2003). Jose Silva gives us a perfect illustration of a dysfunctional romance for the cover of Corridos Perrones #58. It has an image area of 10.5" x 11.75" on Bristol board. Also included an unsigned and undated cover that is noted on the reverse side only as for "LS 75". This one was created edge-to-edge on 12.25" x 14.75" Bristol board. Lastly, there is another unsigned, unidentified piece noted on the reverse only as for "FK 510". There is a 1989 date on this one. It was is on illustration board with an image area of 11.5" x 18". They are all opaque watercolor, and are in Excellent condition.

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