Twenty Centuries of Mexican Art: Veinte Siglos de Arte Mexicano

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CORRECTIONS
The reader's indulgence is requested for errors attendant upon the hurried printing of the book in Mexico by printers unfamiliar with English.
page 12, col. 2, top line of Spanish section: For XVI read XVII.
page 17, column 2, line 7: For monumentality read the monumental.
page 25, column 1, line 3: For of read or.
page 25, column 2, line 30: For jewerly read jewelry.
page 37, line 2: For an read on.
page 67, column 2, line 6 (from bottom): For sixteen read sixteenth.
page 68, column 2, line 1: For many win read win many.
page 70, column 2, line 7 (from bottom): For If, read If it.
page 91, line 1: Insert (detail) after title.
page 92, line 1: For Camerin read Camarin. For oent read cent.
page 100, line 1: For CHRIST IN MAJESTY read RELIEF IN WOOD
page 101, line 1: For XVIII read XVII.
page 104, line 4: For Comosptela read Compostela.
page 105, line 1: For Catheral read Cathedral.
page 120, line 2: For Mexiccn read Mexican. For artifices read artisans.
page 124, line 3: For are read is.
page 131, line 3: For missing word near end of line read ware.
page 133, line 1: For (a) read 101. For (b) read 100.
page 136, line 2: For objet read object.
page 138, column 1, line 36: For Orozo read Orozco. Line 3 (from bottom). For prowerful read powerful.
page 140, column 2, line 13 (from bottom): For middly read mildly. Line 7 (from bottom): for carcers read careers.
page 155, line 2: For reflecting read reflect.
page 164, line 2: For Siquerios read Siqueiros.
page 176, line 1: For Clamente read Clemente.
page 197, column 1, after first group: Before General Sources insert "Colonial Art." Before Fuentes Generales insert "Arta Colonial."
page 198, column 2, line 17: Item 52 should be below the heading Modern Art.

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Table of contents

  • Corrections 2
  • Veinte Siglos De Arte Mexicano 4
  • Title Page 5
  • Contents Indice 7
  • Committees · Acknowledgments Comites · Reconocimientos 8
  • Foreword of the Mexican Department of Foreign Affairs 10
  • Preliminar De La Secretaria De Relaciones Exteriores De Mexico 10
  • Foreword of the Museum of Modern Art 11
  • Preliminar Del Museo De Arte Moderno 12
  • Introduction 14
  • Introduccion 17
  • Pre-Spanish Art 23
  • Arte Prehispanico 26
  • Colonial Art 67
  • Arte Colonial 71
  • Folk Art 109
  • Arte Popular 111
  • Modern Art 137
  • Arte Modprno 141
  • Brief Biographies 183
  • Datos Biograficos 190
  • Bibliography Bibliografia 197
  • Pre-Spanish Cultures of Mexic0 *
  • Colonial Art in Mexic0 *
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