This oil painting on canvas, which is mounted on cardboard, was made by Juan Deprey (1904-1962), a painter and wall painter from Puerto Rico. It shows the extracts of three heads, painted in a naive style. The faces are densely crowded on the canvas and appear as stereotyped or mask-like presentations of South American inhabitants.
The painting is signed “Juan Deprey” on the lower left. The original wooden frame is black. The painting is in good condition. One eyebrow of the biggest head shows a restored crack (1.5 cm). The wooden frame shows some material losses. The dimensions are 75.5 x 50.5 cm.