3 edition of Santos of the Southwest found in the catalog.
Santos of the Southwest
Denver Art Museum.
by Lithography by A. B. Hirschfeld Press in Denver
Bibliography: p. 70.
|Statement||[Text prepared by Mary Jane Downing. Florence B. Haslett, photographer.|
|Contributions||Downing, Mary Jane.|
|LC Classifications||N7822.D4 A75|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||72025362|
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Using their love for devotional art as a base, they began publishing books on the art, history, and culture of the Southwest in Author/Publisher Since then Awalt wrote and published almost two dozen books on the santos and Hispanic artists of New Mexico and launched a magazine on the art of the Southwest.
Boyd's first book, Saint and Saint Makers, was published in It was considered the first truly scholarly and well-researched book on the subject of santos. From to Boyd primarily lived in Los Angeles. She worked at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art from to first as a Librarian and then as mater: Pennsylvania Academy for Fine Art, Academie de la Grande Chaumiere.
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Fernanda Santos is a Southwest Borderlands Initiative professor of practice, teaching short-form and long-form narrative journalism. She joined Cronkite after 12 years at The New York Times, including five as its Phoenix Bureau chief.
Santeros: A Living Tradition in American Art from the Southwest Louise Lincoln Chuck Rosenak Thomas J. Steele This Book is brought to you for free and open access by the Academic Affairs at Via Sapientiae. It has been accepted for inclusion in DePaul Art Museum Publications by an authorized administrator of Via Sapientiae.
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Imagine descendants of Jews pursued by the Spanish Inquisition, still tending the dying embers of their faith among peasant Latinos in the American Southwest. The .Santos, as the word is used in the Southwest, includes images of saints, Christ, the Trinity, the Holy Family, and images of the Death figure (muerte).
Their forms include bultos (wood sculptures), retablos (paintings on wood panels), and reredos (an altar screen comprised of several retablos). Traditionally, aspen and cottonwood root were used Phone: () The Ruth Gast Santos and Southwest Collection consists of a small but significant collection of historic and contemporary bultos, retablos and crucifixes as well as Native American arts from the Southwest United States.
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