Latin American Artists Information


William Kalwick Jr. - Solola Market Girls William Kalwick Jr.  - Vendedoras del Mercado William Kalwick Jr. - Feast Day
"solola market girls"
20" x 16"
oil on canvas 
US$ 3,000.
"vendedoras del mercado"
20" x 16"
oil on canvas 
US$ 3,000.
"feast day"
14" x 18"
oil on wood 
US$ 2,600.
William Kalwick Jr. - Market Vendor William Kalwick Jr. - Mujeres al Mercado-Chajul William Kalwick Jr. - Market Morning-Solola William Kalwick Jr.  - Market Morning
"market vendor"
16" x 20"
oil on canvas 
US$ 3,000.
"mujeres al mercado chajul"
24" x 18"
oil on canvas 
US$ 4,200.
"market morning solola"
24" x 18"
oil on canvas 
US$ 4,200.
"market day morning"
24" x 18"
oil on canvas 
US$ 4,200.

William Kalwick Jr. - Chajul Mother with Child William Kalwick Jr. - Mujer de Quiche
"chajul mother with child"
24 " x 18"
oil on canvas 
US$ 4,200.
"mujer de quiche"
24 " x 18"
oil on canvas 
US$ 4,200.
William Kalwick Jr.  - Antigua Procession William Kalwick Jr. Antigua Lenten Procession William Kalwick Jr. Lenten Procession William Kalwick Jr. - Antigua Procession with Angel
"antigua procession"
24" x 18"
oil on canvas 
US$ 4,200.
"antigua lenten procession"
24" x 18"
oil on canvas 
US$ 4,200.
"lenten procession"
24" x 18"
oil on canvas 
US$ 4,200.
"antigua procession - angel"
24" x 20"
oil on canvas 
US$ 4,400.

William Kalwick - Solola Feast Day Celebration William Kalwick - Ajitz William Kalwick - San Idelfonso Morning

Solola Feast Day Celebration
24" x 18"
Oil on canvas
US$4,200.

Ajitz
16" x 12"
Oil on wood
US$2,000.

San Idelfonso Morning
16" x 12"
Oil on wood
US$2,000.

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Mujer con niño-Chajul
16" x 12"
Oil on wood
US$2,000.
Going to Market
16" x 12"
Oil on wood
US$2,000.
La Abuela
16" x 12"
Oil on wood
US$2,000.
     
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Mi Niño
16" x 12"
Oil on wood
US$2,000.
"San Idelfonso Madre"
16" x 12"
oil on wood
US$ 2,000.
Young mother
18" x 12"
Oil on wood
US$2,400.

Art Guatemala Art Guatemala Art Guatemala
"dos hombres de san juan atitan"
20" x 16"
oil on canvas
US$ 3,000.
"mercado de comalapa"
16" x 12"
oil on wood
US$ 2,000.
mujer de santiago chimaltenango"
16" x 12"
oil on wood
US$ 2,000.

William Kalwick - Mujer de San Juan Atitan Art Guatemala Art Guatemala
"mujer de san juan atitán"
16"x 12"
oil on wood
US$ 2,000.
"todos santos al mercado"
16"x 12"
oil on wood
US$ 2,000.
"mujer de chajul"
24" x 18"
oil on wood
US$ 4,200.

Art Guatemala William Kalwick - Study for San Francisco El Alto Market Art Guatemala
"mercado todos santos"
16" x 18"
oil on wood
US$ 2,900.
"study for san francisco el alto"
12" X 16"
oil on wood
US$ 2,000.
"vendiendo bananos"
18" x 12"
oil on wood
US$ 2,400.
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Mujer con bebe
12" x 16"
Oil on wood
US$2,000.


About the artist:

WILLIAM KALWICK JR.

William Kalwick’s art was greatly influenced by his late father who had studied with Lajos Markos, a prominent portrait painter. Kalwick studied with his father until graduating. He then attended the Arts Student League of New York. In 1981, Kalwick moved to Houston, Texas to become the protégé of Lajos Markos. The two made numerous trips to Europe, especially Italy, where Kalwick experienced first hand the country's long tradition of powerful images. In a profile in Focus/Santa Fe magazine, Kalwick was quoted as saying, “I started with a strong European influence, and now I see my style changing.” In addition to Markos, he credits other influences to Sorolla, Repin, Zorn, Serov, and Sargent -- all artists noted for their expressive works.
Kalwick’s paintings cover a wide range of subject matter. However, he is best known for his Mexican and Guatemalan market scenes, figurative work, and portraits. Recent portrait commissions include Harold Hook, retiring CEO of American General Corp.; Reese Jones, international golf course designer; and Paul Merriman, retiring CEO of Hisco Corp. In 1998, Kalwick was honored for the second time with a one-man show sponsored by the United States Embassy at the Museo Ixchel in Guatemala City.
In March 1999, Southwest Art magazine featured Kalwick’s work on the cover and elaborated upon his style in an article titled “Guatemala Days.” He also was featured in Art of the West magazine in the July/August 2000 issue. Kalwick’s portrait painting was featured in Southwest Art magazine in the November 2001 issue.
Kalwick has participated in many shows including the Masters of the American West at the Autry Museum in Los Angeles, California; the Prix de West at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, as well as the annual Gilcrease Museum show.
Kalwick’s paintings hang in collections throughout North America and Europe. He is represented by the following galleries: Wadle Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico; Texas Art Gallery, Dallas, Texas; Shoal Creek Gallery, Austin, Texas; Wilcox Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming; Trailside Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona; Sylvan Gallery, Charleston, South Carolina; and Galerie Gabrie, Pasadena, California.









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