CUTLER, E: Circa 1492: Art in the Age of Exploration: A Self-Guided Tour for Children Ages 6-12 and their Parents

Cutler, Ellen. Circa 1492: Art in the Age of Exploration: A Self-Guided Tour for Children Ages 6-12 and their Parents. Washington DC: National Gallery of Art, 1991. Unmarked. Very Good. Booklet (Saddle Stitched). (#31264) $12.00

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A Self-Guided Tour for Children Ages 6-12 and their Parents. Maps and illustrations. 22p.

Accompanied an exhibition that surveyed the advances being made in the visual arts five hundred years ago, examining the art and history of Europe and the Mediterranean, the Far East, and the Americas during an age of experimentation and discovery.

MARZIO, F: Glassell Collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: Masterworks of Pre-Columbian, Indonesian, and African Gold

Book cover. Glassell Collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: Masterworks of Pre-Columbian, Indonesian, and African GoldMarzio, Frances. Glassell Collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: Masterworks of Pre-Columbian, Indonesian, and African Gold. Yale University Press, 2012. ISBN: 9780300175950. Factory sealed. Like New in as new dust jacket. Hardcover. (#31222) $42.00

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Color illustrations. Measures 9.25×12 inches. Spanning from 2000 B.C. to A.D. 1600, these precious objects reflect a variety of cultures, such as the Calima, Quimbaya, Sican, Moche, and Cocle, and a range of geographic locations, from Mexico to Argentina and from Africa to Indonesia. 404p.

MILIOTES, D: What May Come: The Taller de Grafica Popular and the Mexican Political Print (English and Spanish Edition)

Miliotes, Diane. What May Come: The Taller de Grafica Popular and the Mexican Political Print (English and Spanish Edition).What May Come: The Taller de Grafica Popular and the Mexican Political Print (English and Spanish Edition). Art Institute of Chicag, 2014. ISBN: 9780300207781. Unmarked. Like New. Paperback. (#31118) $12.00

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Factory sealed. Bilingual publication. 40p

Established in Mexico City in 1937, the Taller de Grafica Popular (Popular Graphic Art Workshop) sought to create prints, posters, and illustrated publications that were popular and affordable, accessible and politically topical, and above all formally compelling. Founded by the printmakers Luís Arenal, Leopoldo Méndez, and American-born Pablo O’Higgins, the TGP ultimately became the most influential and enduring leftist printmaking collective of its time.