Twenty Centuries of Mexican Art: Veinte Siglos de Arte Mexicano

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COLONIAL ART IN MEXIC0
ARCHITECTURE SCULPTURE PAINTING Spanish art
1519-21 SPANISH CONQUEST-MIDDLE AGES 1519-21
Basilicas Stone carving in
pre-Spanish style
Christian-Indian painting Plateresque style
( 1504-1558)
Fortress-houses Convent decorations
Open air chapels Post-Spanish codices
Religious architecture Indian stone reliefs
in churches
Arrival of first Berruguete
( 1480-1561)
Fortified churches: gothic European artists
1555 1555
COLONIZATION -- RENAISSANCE
European Plateresque Renaissance altar-pieces The Escorial
( 1563-1584)
Indigenous Plateresque Wood carvers Painters and gilders
Pereyns and followers
Herrera influence Montañés
( 1564-1649)
Great Cathedrals
(Mérida-Puebla-México-Michoacán)
Large gilt and polychrome
statues
Culmination of Renaissance
painting: Echave and
followers
El Greco
( 1547-1614)
Velásquez
( 1599-1660)
1630 1630
NATIONALISM-BAROQUE
Zurbarán influence: Zurbarán
( 1598-1662)
Baroque churches Arteaga and followers
Baroque palaces
and mansions
Baroque altar-pieces Alonso Cano
( 1601-1667)
Baroque painting
Baroque additions
to the cathedrals
Murillo
( 1617-1682)
1730 Florid baroque of Puebla
(Rosa rio-Acatepec-Tonantzintla)
Representative baroque
painting: Correa and
Villalpando
1730
CULMINATION OF CHURRIGUERESQUE ARCHITECTURE
Murillo influence: Obradoiro
facade of
Santiago de
Great baroque and
churrigueresque
monuments
lbarra
Churrigueresque altar-pieces
Decline of painting: Compostela
Cathedral
( 1738)
Sehorial mansions Gilt and polychrome
statues for altar-pieces
Cabrera and followers
Popular painting
1783 IDEAS OF INDEPENDENCE-ACADEMISM 1783
Foundation of the Royal Academy of San Carlos ( 1781-1783)
Tresguerras
(El Carmen of Celaya)
Neo-classic influence:
Jimeno
Manuel Tolsa: Goya influence: Goya
( 1746-1823)
Palace of Mines, Equestrian statue of Carlos IV Alconedo
Cathedral of Mexico finished
1810-21 1810-21

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Twenty Centuries of Mexican Art: Veinte Siglos de Arte Mexicano
Table of contents

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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