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Image for Revolution on Paper: Mexican Prints 1910-1960 (Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long Series in Latin American and Latino Art and Culture)

Revolution on Paper: Mexican Prints 1910-1960 (Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long Series in Latin American and Latino Art and Culture)

By: Ades, Dawn; McClean, Alison

Price: $65.00

Publisher: University of Texas Press: 2009-11-15

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 1-5-1412


Unread. The left-wing government viewed art as an important vehicle for education and the promotion of revolutionary values. It established a program to cover the walls of public buildings with murals and set up numerous workshops to produce prints for wide distribution. By the 1930s, Mexico was attracting socially committed artists from all over the American continent and beyond, ready to do battle for a new aesthetic as well as a new political order. Diego Rivera, a ke... View more info

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Hieronymi Magii Anglarensis De Tintinnabulis Liber Postumus

By: Girolamo Maggi

Price: $700.00

Publisher: Amsterdam, Andreas Frisius: 1664

Seller ID: c15-1-33


1664. Two works in one volume. Written in Italian. Rebound in contemporary vellum with red pastedown leather label on the spine. Outside pages are tinted red. (16)ff, 151pp. (13)ff., (16)ff. 196pp. (8)ff. (last blank). Measures 5 1/2" by 3". Inside pages have a few small stains but overall clean. Engraved frontispiece and title page. 11 engraved plates, 9 single page and 2 folding pages. Plates depict bells in various uses. Second bound work is De Equuleo Liber Postumus,... View more info

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A Declaration Made to the Kingdome by Henry Earle of Holland

By: Henry Earle

Price: $175.00

Publisher: London, Mathew Walbancke: 1643

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: c15-1-40


1643, Stiff Wraps, Page edges are chipped with splits on page edges when unfolded because it is one uncut sheet, title page and 5 pages. Light pencil notes on title page's margin. Speech made by Henry Rich, the first Earl of Holland. The declaration has been called a bad apology for bad conduct, and in 1647 he fully justified the worst suspicions entertained of his disloyalty by lending Holland House for a meeting between Fairfax by sundry and disaffect Members of Parlia... View more info