Extract line colors and markers from an existing plot and transfer to a second one, also existing. No looping

Dear Matplotlib user,
I create with another Python library two plots, but technically, I have two normal graphs with axes etc.
I want to extract now the line colors and markerstyles at once without looping and transfert them to a second graph that has no lines, only the same number of markers as lines in the first plot.
I does not matter if the plots were generated with another Python library. I don’t even know how to do this with two normal matplotlib plots, where the first has 6 different colored lines and the second plot has only 6 markers.
Can somebody show this to me, please?

Edit: So the object is ‘<class ‘matplotlib.axes._subplots.AxesSubplot’>’. Can I extract from it without a for-loop all line colors and impose them onto the next graph, please?
I have only the aexes handles, ax[0] and ax[1].

Thank you