ESCUELAS DE PINTURA AL AIRE LIBRE. Episodios dramaticos del arte en Mexico
Useda Miranda, Evelyn, et al.

Mexico, D.F.: Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, 2014. 1st ed. 480 p., color plates, photos, ilus., boards, fold-out insert New Hardcover 978-607-605-258-7 Profusely illustrated catalog of a transitional period in Mexican art history. After the Mexican Revolution, the fine arts ancien regime was challenged by a group of artists who rejected traditional notions of beauty and aesthetics. They abandoned the art studios and changed not only their subjects but their techniques. Many young artists looked to figures like Dr. Atl (Gerardo Murillo) for guidance. Accompanying texts trace the dynamism of this socially, politically and culturally volatile period in Mexican art (Item ID: 163263)


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