About Estilo Mora
Estilo Mora's carefully chosen collection contains 18th, 19th and early 20th century Spanish, Mexican and Spanish Colonial fine art and antiques along with select other pieces. Belinda Gavallos, an eighth generation Texan and descendent of Alamo battle survivors, is committed to the art and artifacts representative of the peoples who were the foundation of Texas.
Belinda's experience in the art world includes twelve years with Harry Halff Fine Art, specializing in early Texas art and 19th century European and American art. Gavallos participated in the sourcing and cataloguing of paintings by Julian Onderdonk for the upcoming catalogue raisonné. As Gallery Director, she was instrumental in assembling the collection for the spring 2010 exhibition of works by Jose Arpa y Perea at Harry Halff Fine Art in San Antonio, Texas.
More about Belinda:
- Graduate of Texas A&M University | degree in Marketing
- Participant of The Bloomberg Business Program | University of the Incarnate Word
- Serves on the Board of Directors | San Antonio Women's Chamber of Commerce
- Completed Level 5 Leadership Program | San Antonio Women's Chamber of Commerce
- Serves on her parish council
- Fluent in Spanish, Gavallos has built comfortable business relationships with art dealers and collectors in both Spain and Mexico
Estilo Mora Fine Art & Antiques welcomes the opportunity to assist you in buying, selling, discussing or researching art that interests you. We look forward to speaking with you.