Twenty Centuries of Mexican Art: Veinte Siglos de Arte Mexicano

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BIBLIOGRAPHY BIBLIOGRAFIA

Pre-Spanish Art. Arte Precortesiano.
1. CASO, Alfonso. Trece obras maestras de la arqueología mexicana. México, D. F., Editoriales Cultura y Polis, 1938.
2. Escultura mexicana antigua. México, D. F., Palacio de Bellas Artes, Secretaría de Educación Pública, 1934.
3. GUZMAN, Eulalia. Caracteres esenciales del arte mexicano, su sentido fundamental. Revista Universidad de México. Tomo V, Nos. 27 y 28, Enero-Febrero, 1933.
4. JOYCE, Thomas A. Maya and Mexican art. The Study ( London), 1927.
5. Monumentos arqueológicos de México.México, D. F., Dirección de Monumentos prehistóricos, Secretaria de Educación Póblica, 1933.
6. SAVILLE, M. H. The goldsmith's art in ancient Mexico. (Indian notes and monographs.) New York, Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1920.
7. ----- Turquoise mosaic art in ancient Mexico. Contributions, vol. 6. New York. Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1922.
8. ----- The woodcarver's art in ancient Mexico. Contributions, vol. 9. New York, Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1925.
9. SPINDEN, Herbert J. A study of Maya art. Memoirs Peabody Museum, vol. 6. Cambridge, 1913.
10. THOMPSON, J. Eric. Mexico before Cortez. New York- London, Scribners, 1934.
11. VAILLANT, George C. Artists and craftsmen of ancient Central America, New York, American Museum of Natural History, 1935.

General Sources. Fuentes Generales.
12. REVILLA, Manuel G. El arte en México. 2a. ed. México, D. F., Porrúa Hermanos, 1923.
13. RICARD, Robert. La conquête spirituelledu Mexique. Paris, 1933.
14. ROMERO DE TERREROS, Manuel. Historia sintética del arte colonial. México, D. F., Porrúa Hermanos, 1922.

Architecture. Arquitectura.
15. ANGULO, Diego. Planos de monumentos arquitectónicos de América y Filipinas. Sevilla, 1933-39.
16. BAXTER, Sylvester. Spanish-colonial architecture in Mexico. Boston, J. B. Millet, 1901.
17. ----- Arquitectura hispano-colonial en México. (Traducción y notas de Manuel Toussaint.) México, D. F., 1934.
18. GARCIA GRANADOS, Rafael. Capillas de indios en Nueva Espafia. Archivo espafiol de arte y arqueologia, No. 31. Madrid, 1935.
19. MacGREGOR, Luis. Cien ejemplares de plateresco mexicano. Archivo español de arte y arqueología, No. 31. Madrid, 1935.
20. MARISCAL, Federico. La patria y la agricultura nacional. México, D. F., Universidad Popular Mexicana, 1915.
21. TOUSSAINT, Manuel. Arquitectura religiosa de la Nueva España durante el siglo XVI. México, D. F., 1927.
22. ----- Supervivientes góticos en la arquitectura mexicana del siglo XVI. Archivo espafiol de arte y arqueologia, No. 21. Madrid, 1935.
23. Tres siglos de arquitectura colonial. México, D. F., Dirección de Monumentos Coloniales, Secretaria de Educación Pública, 1933.

Painting. Pintura.
24. COUTO, Bernardo. Diálogo sobre la historia de la pintura en México. México, D. F., Escalante, 1872.
25. PEREZ SALAZAR, Francisco. Algunos datos para la historia de la pintura en Puebla. Memorias de la So- ciedad Cientifica Antonio Alzate, Tomo 41, Nos. 5 y 6. México, D. F., 1939.

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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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