Author: Skip Keith Miller,Charles Bennett,David Skolkin,Michael O'Shaughnessy,Larry Frank
Publisher: Museum of NM Press/Red Crane Books; 1st Edition edition (November 1, 2001)
Category: History & Criticism
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3. Wooden artifacts of frontier New Mexico, Skip Keith Miller, Larry Frank. Includes bibliographical references and index. Rev. ed of: The new kingdom of the saints.
Larry Frank, Skip Keith Miller. David Skolkin A Land So Remote : Religious Art of New Mexico 1780-1907. Comprised of three volumes, A Land So Remote is the most comprehensive visual document ever published of Spanish colonial art and frontier artifacts of New Mexico. Includes 842 color and numerous historic photographs spread over 848 pages. Many of these photographs are of rare and never before published objects from nine museums and numerous private collections. A Land So Remote : Religious Art of New Mexico 1780-1907. 1878610775 (ISBN13: 9781878610775).
Volume 1 of A Land So Remote elegantly illustrates the development of religious art in northern New Mexico .
Volume 1 of A Land So Remote elegantly illustrates the development of religious art in northern New Mexico during an active period of over 125 years. To sustain their faith when they came to the New World, the Spanish relied on santos, visual representations of saints, to alleviate their loneliness and enrich their lives. The result is a uniquely American art that embodies the religious spirit and aspirations of New Mexico's Spanish immigrants, whose enduring faith helped them cope with the rigors of a harsh and dangerous frontier life.
Dedicated to the many people of New Mexico who created a rich and fascinating culture in a harsh land, A Land So Remote – Wooden Artifacts of Frontier New Mexico, salutes the importance of these vital and pragmatic wooden objects. That the people who made them survived and thrived, is a testament to their constancy and success. For over twelve thousand years, the indigenous people of the Southwest have fashioned tools, weapons, religious artifacts, furniture, toys, architectural details and domestic utensils from wood
Volume 1 of A Land So Remote elegantly illustrates the development of religious art in northern New Mexico during an active period of over 125 years.
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