This 19th century folk retablo painting from Mexico represents San Mateo (Sain Matthew), patron saint of bankers, accountants and petitioned by those with financial problems and tax issues. His primary attributes include; a book (presumably his ledger) and a quill.
** Attributed to Agustin Barajas - better known as 'The Skimpy Painter'.
Oil on tin. Circa 1880.
Dimensions: 10 inches vertical x 7 inches horizontal.
Condition notes: overall excellent condition with only minor paint loss.
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