Penitente/ New  Mexico Village Arts (39)
Lot 1235
Penitente/ New Mexico Village Arts (39)
US$ 800 - 1,200
£510 - 770

Lot Details
Penitente/ New Mexico Village Arts (39)
Cirillo, D. ACROSS FRONTIERS. Hispanic Crafts of New Mexico. San Francisco, 1998; Shalkop, R. ARROYO HONDO. The Folk Art of a New Mexican Village. Colorado Springs, 1969; Shalkop, R. THE ART OF THE SPANISH SOUTHWEST. Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art, n.d. (circa 1970); Mather, Chrisitine. BAROQUE TO FOLK. Santa Fe, Museum of International Folk Art, 1980; Benrimo, D., James, R., Boyd, E. CAMPO SANTOS. A Photographic Essay. Amon Carter Museum, 1966; CELEBRATE! The Story of the Museum of International Folk Art. Santa Fe, 1979; Wroth, W. THE CHAPEL OF OUR LADY OF TALPA. Taylor Museum, 1979; Awalt, B., P. Rhetts. CHARLIE CARRILLO. Tradition and Soul. Albuquerque, 1945; Kay, Elizabeth. CHIMAYO VALLEY TRADITIONS. Santa Fe, 1987 (1st ed., 2nd printing); Wroth, W. CHRISTIAN IMAGES IN HISPANIC NEW MEXICO. The Taylor Museum Collection of Santos. Taylor Museum, 1982; Kalb, L. CRAFTING DEVOTIONS. Tradition in Contemporary New Mexican Santos. Albuquerque, 1994; Stern, J. (ed.). THE CROSS AND THE SWORD. Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, 1976; Weigle, Marta (ed.). HISPANIC ARTS AND ETHNOHISTORY IN THE SOUTHWEST. 22 NEW PAPERS INSPIRED BY THE WORK OF E. BOYD Part I. (Pal Kelemen), ICON AND SANTO-IN REMEMBERING. Santa Fe, Ancient City Press, n.d. (probably 1983); Wroth, W. HISPANIC CRAFTS OF THE SOUTHWEST. Taylor Museum, 1977; Katz, S. HISPANIC FURNITURE. An American Collection from the Southwest. Stamford, 1986; Roberts, C. & S. A HISTORY OF NEW MEXICO. Albuquerque, 1991, 1993 (3rd printing—revised ed.); Wroth, W., Weigle, M. IMAGES OF PENANCE, IMAGES OF MERCY. Southwestern Santos in the Late Nineteenth Century. Norman, 1991; Weigle, Marta; Peter White. THE LORE OF NEW MEXICO. Albuquerque, Univ New Mexico Press, 1988; Mills, G., Grove, R. LUCIFER AND THE CRUCIFER: THE ENIGMA OF THE PENITENTES. Colorado Springs, 1955, 1966 (2nd printing); Chavez, Fr. Angelico. MY PENITENTE LAND. Reflections on Spanish New Mexico. Albuquerque, Univ. New Mexico Press, 1974; Frank, L. NEW KINGDOM OF THE SAINTS. Religious Art of New Mexico 1780-1907. Santa Fe, 1992; NEW MEXICO SANTOS: Religious Images in the Spanish New World. Santa Fe, 1995; Chavez, Fr. A. NEW MEXICO TRIPTYCH. Being Three Panels and Three Accounts: 1. The Angel's New Wings; 2. The Penitente Thief; 3. Hunchback Madonna. Paterson, 1940, 1954; Dickey, R. NEW MEXICO VILLAGE ARTS. Albuquerque, 1949 (1st ed.); Mills, G. THE PEOPLE OF THE SAINTS. Taylor Museum, 1965; Boyd, E., Lange, Y. (foreword & ed.). POPULAR ARTS OF SPANISH NEW MEXICO. Santa Fe, 1974; Steele, T., B.awalt. P. Rhetts. THE REGIS SANTOS, Thirty Years of Collections, 1966-1996. Albuquerque, 1997; Kubler, G. THE RELIGIOUS ARCHITECTURE OF NEW MEXICO IN THE COLONIAL PERIOD AND SINCE THE AMERICAN OCCUPATION. Taylor Museum, Colorado Springs, 1940, Rio Grande Press. Glorieta , 1962 (reprint); Steele, T. SANTOS AND SAINTS. The Religious Folk Art of Hispanic New Mexico. Albuquerque, 1974, Santa Fe, 1982; Hougland, W. SANTOS, A PRIMITIVE AMERICAN ART. Collection of Jan Kleijkamp and Ellis Monroe. New York, 1946; Kalb, L. SANTOS, STATUES AND SCULPTURE. Contemporary Woodcarving from New Mexico. Los Angeles, Craft and Folk Art Museum, 1988; Wilder, M., Breitenbach, E. SANTOS, THE RELIGIOUS FOLK ART OF NEW MEXICO. Taylor Museum, Colorado Springs, 1943, Hacker Art Books, 1946 (reprint); Kubler, G. SANTOS. An Exhibition of the Religious Folk Art of New Mexico. Amon Carter Museum, Ft. Worth, 1964; Frank, Lawrence P. (intro.). SANTOS. NEW MEXICAN FOLK ART. Pasadena Art Museum, 1968; De Borhegyi, S. EL SANTUARIO DE CHIMAYO. Spanish Colonial Arts Society, Santa Fe, 1957; Tyler, D. SOURCES FOR NEW MEXICAN HISTORY, 1821-1848. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe, , 1984; Pierce, D., M. Weigle (eds.). SPANISH NEW MEXICO. The Spanish Colonial Arts Society Collection. Santa Fe, 1996. (two volumes); Gavin, R. TRADITIONAL ARTS OF SPANISH NEW MEXICO. Santa Fe, 1994. viii, 96 pages, 112 color and 16 b/w photo; WEST BY SOUTHWEST. Collections of the Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center. Published on the Occasion of Its 25th Anniversary. Pueblo, 1997.
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