Paintings of the American state of Texas from a good bit back. Theodore Gentilz, artist. Living from 1819 to 1906, he was born in France but immigrated to Texas as a young man and painted there. Also taught art in San Antonio.

"Lavanderas" (Wash Day on San Pedro Creek) No date.
“Lavanderas” (Wash Day on San Pedro Creek) No date. Collection of the San Antonio Museum of Art. Image © San Pedro Creek Culture Park. 2019. Fair use license. via https://spcculturepark.com/visit/interactive-map/san-pedro-creek-and-the-saga-of-a-city/
The Alamo (Mission San Antonio de Valero, showing a view of the unfinished church following the siege of the Alamo. The church was used as part of the defensive fortifications during the battle. 1840's.
The Alamo (Mission San Antonio de Valero, showing a view of the unfinished church following the siege of the Alamo. The church was used as part of the defensive fortifications during the battle. 1840’s. Image © 2019 Hearst Newspapers, LLC Fair use license. via https://www.chron.com/life/health/article/Gentilz-exhibit-to-debut-at-Texas-Independence-9329354.php
"Mission at Monclova, Mexico." 19th c.
“Mission at Monclova, Mexico.” 19th c. Image © Copyright 2019, The Rivard Report. Fair use license. via https://therivardreport.com/sheerin-familys-gift-to-enhances-samas-texas-art-collection/
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