Las portadas religiosas de Mexico

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Author: Vargas Lugo, Elisa

Year: 1969

Publisher: Universidad de Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM)

Place: Mexico City

Description:

367+[2 ad] pages with 179 plates including frontispiece. Royal Octavo (9 1/2" x 7") Issued in light bown gray cloth with red spine label with gilt lettering and gilt pictorial on cover. Limited to 2000 copies. Instituto de Investigaciones Estetica, Estudios y Fuentes del Arte en Mexico, volume XXVII. First edition.

This study has a special place in the historiography of art of New Spain. Elisa Vargas Lugo, distinguished researcher at the Instituto de Investigaciones Esteticas and professor of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, National Autonomous University of Mexico, has poured her experience and broad knowledge in this book. The work is not limited to simple descriptions, but brings out new questions and discussions on this subject. This work proposes to delve into the historical causes that gave rise to the works of religious art in Mexico during the Viceroyalty, and it makes considerations that expand the focus of this phenomenon.

Condition:

Corners bumped and light rubbed, page ends soiled, shelf wear. Dust jacket soiled with light edge wear. A better than very good copy in a better than very good dust jacket.


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