top of page

Guillermo Acevedo Signed Lithograph titled 'Meditation' printed in 1984 depicts an indigenous grandmother in solemn meditation. Black and white juxtaposed with the bright turquoise blue of her large rings. Loosely framed under glass in a simple black wooden frame as found. 


Numbered 154 / 300 and signed by the Artist.


"Guillermo Acevedo. Originally from Peru, Acevedo came to the United States in 1959 in search of a better life for his wife and three children. His original plan was to move to New York City where he could establish himself as the accomplished artist he had already enjoyed in his native Lima.

For two decades, Guillermo Acevedo became well known in San Diego for his poignant portrayal of Native Americans as well as his drawings of San Diego homes and tuna boats from the once thriving Tuna industry along San Diego bay. Acevedo later made his mark in San Francisco and continued to paint and exhibit his works there until he passed away in 1988." 

 ,  maintained by Mario Torero, the son of the artist. 


Print is in excellent vintage condition, clean and flaw free. Frame is a bit scratched up with out proper backing or seal. Print will ship flat with matting and without the frame. 


Measurements in inches: 19.5" x 15.5" in frame 

Guillermo Acevedo Signed Lithograph || Meditation || Indigenous Woman

    bottom of page