MUSEO AMPARO, OBRAS SELECTAS. Curaduría: Miguel Cervantes

México: Fundación Amparo et al, 2008. First edition 203p., color photo plates, illus., wrps, tall 4to New Paperback Exploration of select works from the Amparo Museum in Puebla City, Puebla, Mexico. Features sharp color photo plates of Pre-Colonial sculptures and ceramics; Colonial Era paintings, sculptures and furniture, as well as modern and contemporary paintings. Features historical and analytical commentary throughout. With works by Diego de Borgraf, and sculptures depicting St. Rafael Archangel, St. Peter, The Painful Virgin, St. Antonio de Padua with the Baby Jesus. Features Colonial Era chairs and other forms of furniture, as well as stilllifes and landscape paintings by José Agustín Arrieta, José María Velasco, Diego Rivera, Joaquín Clausell and Gerardo Murillo. Includes modern/contemporary paintings by Lilia Carrillo, Enrique Guzmán, Gunther Gerzso, Vicente Rojo and Roberto Rébora, among others. Printed on coated stock (Item ID: 131416)


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