This page represents only a small part of our collection of original Antique prints of Mexico. Please click on an image to see it in high-resolution, with details of the work itself. For enquiries and purchases, please do contact us.
Mexico City: Bird’s eye view over the city towards the Gulf of Mexico.
Mexico City: The Bucareli Promenade. Overlooking Chapultepec Park.
Mexico City: Paseo las Cadenas in the moonlight.
Tenochtitla (Old Mexico City): The Aztec capital before being captured and razed by Hernan Cortez of Spain in the 16th century.
Tables Muriel: Coastal profile from the Gulf of Mexico.
Mexico City: Templo Mayor. Dedicated to the Aztec Gods Huitzilpochli and Tlaloc, and demolished for the Cathedral in 1521.
Orizana (Orizaba): Coastal profile and volcano.
Aztec Calendar: The Serpent, symbol of the calendar, surrounds the 4 year-bearers (Tochtli, Cagli, Tecpatl and Acatl), the moon phases and the symbols for the 18 month year and 52 year century.
El Sagrario de Mexico. The Sagrario tabernacle adjacent to the Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral.
Mexico City: View on Lake Texcoco, now completely covered by the city.
Rio Salado: View of the falls.
Port of Muriel: Coastal profile.
Mexico City: Old St. John Square. Iturbide Market (San Juan Ernesto Pugibet Market).
Pan de Cabanas: Coastal profile.
Mexico City: Convent of St. Francisco. View of the forecourt.
Mexico City: The new city built upon the Aztec capital of Tenochtitla after it’s capture by Hernan Cortez of Spain in the 16th century.