45 Contemporary Mexican Artists: A Twentieth-Century Renaissance

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45 CONTEMPORARY MEXICAN ARTISTS
A Twentieth-Century Renaissance

BY VIRGINIA STEWART

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Editor's Preface vii
  • Introduction viii
  • Contents xiii
  • Alfredo Ramos Martínez 2
  • Dr. Atl 8
  • Roberto Montenegro 12
  • José Clemente Orozco 16
  • Francisco Goitia 21
  • Jesús Reyes Ferreira 24
  • Adolfo Bes-Maugard 31
  • Xavier Guerrero 42
  • Manuel Rodríguez Lozano 45
  • Fernando Leal 47
  • Antonio Ruiz 52
  • Carlos Orozco Romero 54
  • David Alfaro Siqeiros 56
  • Ramón Alva De La Canal 61
  • Rufino Tamayo 68
  • Agustín Lazo 72
  • Gabriel Fernández Ledesma 74
  • Emilio Amero 78
  • José L. Ruiz 82
  • Leopoldo Méndez 84
  • Pablo O'Higgins 87
  • María Izouierdo 90
  • Miguel Covarrubias 92
  • Julio Castellanos 96
  • Alfredo Zalce 100
  • Federico Cantú 104
  • Raúl Anguiano 108
  • José Chávez Morado 112
  • Jesús Guerrero Galván 116
  • Frida Kahlo 120
  • Francisco Dosamantes 122
  • Olga Costa 125
  • Juan Cruz 129
  • Benjamín Molina 130
  • Francisco Zúñiga 134
  • Feliciano Peña 138
  • Manuel González Serrano 142
  • Ricardo Martínez 145
  • Juan Soriano 148
  • Desiderio Hernández Xochitiotzin 156
  • Bibliography 161
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