2 edition of Hispanic crafts of the Southwest found in the catalog.
Hispanic crafts of the Southwest
by Taylor Museum of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center in Colorado Springs, Colo
Written in English
A travelling exhibition held Oct. 4, 1977-Oct. 21, 1978 at the Taylor Museum of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center and other museums.
|Statement||edited by William Wroth.|
|Contributions||Wroth, William, 1938-, Taylor Museum.|
|LC Classifications||NK835.N5 H57 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 118 p. :|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||82165427|
Winner Southwest Book Award. A highly readable history. pp. Paper $ Click on cover for larger view. SF-TP The Preservation of the Village: New Mexico's Hispanic and the New Deal. Suzanne Forrest. UNM Press, , 2nd Ed. pp. I make it a point every day to teach my kids about our Hispanic culture, but September is the perfect month to teach your niños about our wonderful heritage! Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs.
Buy a cheap copy of Made in the Southwest: A Shopper's Guide book by Laura Morelli. The American Southwest is home to some of the most beautiful and enduring craft traditions in the country. From turquoise bracelets to rustic benches, Native Free shipping over $/5(5). Its a book that talk about cuentos or tales in Spanish and English, thats why the title its CUENTOS tales from the Hispanic southwest Southwest were the tales take place in the Hispanic villages of New Mexico and Southern Colorado or came from. The book combines the events of everyday life but also it adds something extra to it something magic/5.
Book Description: When Spanish conquistadores marched northfrom Mexico's interior, they encountered one harsh reality that eclipsed all others: the importance of water in an arid land. Covering a time when legal precedents were being set for many water rights laws, this study contributes much to an understanding of the modern Southwest. Spanish Crafts in the American Southwest Richard E. Ahlborn Visitors to the southwestern states are often surprised by the Spanish or, more recently, Mexican presence. In posh neighborhoods of or vintage, houses stagger under red tile roofs and squint from iron-grilled windows.
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OCLC Number: Notes: Includes biographical information about the artists. A travelling exhibition held at the Taylor Museum of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center (4 October - 4 December ), University of Texas Art Museum, Austin, Texas (2 January - 12 February ), Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe (4 March - 16 April ), Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Collection.
The author, Marc Simmons, known for his scholarly investigation into the culture surrounding New Mexcio and the southwest wrote this book in and continues to stand as one of the most concise books on the by: Hispanic Furniture: An American Collection from the Southwest: Katz, Sali Barnett: : Books.
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Wroth, William. "Introduction: Hispanic Southwestern Craft Traditions in the 20th Century," in Hispanic Crafts of the Southwest (Colorado Springs, Colorado: Taylor Museum of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, l) Stoller, Marianne.
Across Frontiers is the first book to do justice to the modern artwork created in the four-hundred-year-old tradition of Hispanic crafts: dramatic Rio Grande weavings, finely crafted woodwork and furniture, imaginative tinwork and straw applique, and richly carved and painted santos.
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More high quality books like this on the Hispanic history of the United States need to be written. Very little is known by the general public (and even by Hispanics) about the vast and important Hispanic history in this country. One warning though is that if you are Hispanic, you will need many breaks from the book.
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Hispanic Crafts of New Mexico By Dexter Cirillo In collaboration with Nancy Pletka Benkof Photography by Eric Swanson (San Francisco: Chronicle Books, ) At last, a beautiful, authoritative survey of the popular and thriving Hispanic craft movement of the Southwest.
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The first part of the book explores the three different traditions of the region—Hispanic, Native American, and Western—and looks at the range of styles, influences, and objects that emerge from each.5/5(5).
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Hispanic culture is a vivid thread in the tapestry of the Southwest. The merging of Spanish traditions brought by missionaries and the Mexican culture from across the border has brought colorful, joyful accents to music, art, festivals, and everyday life throughout the region.
Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to Octo by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.
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Hardback with slip jacket, first edition, pages, beautifully illustrated. Condition: as new. CONTENTS. Preface. William Wroth and Robin Farwell Gavin.