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36., Calderon Aguilera, Claudia M. & Bruno Geffroy Aguilar. UN SIGLO DE ARQUITECTURA EN ENSENADA. Mexicali, Editorial de Baja California, 2001. 1st edition. 4to. 87pp . About fine; paperback. In Spanish. Well illustrated. Bibliography. Examples & history of architecture in Ensenada from 1882 to 1982, addresses of notable buildings, a good guide. $17.50
2015., Casillas, Martin. LA CASA EN LA LITERATURA MEXICANA. Mexico, Corporacion GEOr, 1994. 1st edition. 4to. 113+xvipp . Near fine in dust jacket. Color photographs of domestic architecture facing quotations on houses from Mexican literature. $25.00
2826., Castro Leal, Antonio, ed. TWENTY CENTURIES OF MEXICAN ART/VEINTE SIGLOS DE ARTE MEXICANO. New York, Museum of Modern Art, 1940. 1st edition. Small 4to. 199pp . Ex-library (1 stamp) else good, tight copy; paperback. Bilingual English/Spanish. Well illustrated in color & black & white. Pre-conquest, colonial, modern & folk art. $15.00
1087., Chase, Stuart. MEXICO: A STUDY OF TWO AMERICAS. New York, The Literary Guild, 1931. Reprint edition. 8vo. 338pp . Good, tight copy. 1 color & 15 black & white illustrations by Diego Rivera. $10.00
1569., Chase, Stuart. MEXICO: A STUDY OF TWO AMERICAS. New York, The Literary Guild, 1931. Reprint edition. 8vo. 338pp . Very good in dust jacket, small tears, chips in jacket. 1 color & 15 black & white illustrations by Diego Rivera. $12.50
2892., Christie's. LATIN AMERICAN PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS AND SCULPTURE, Sale #5894, May 30, 1985. New York, Christie's, 1985. 4to. 149pp . Note on 1st page, else near fine; paperback. 147 objects depicted in color & black & white. Includes the collection of Ava Gardner: Dr. Atl, Botero, Rivera, & more. $12.50
82., Cocteau, Jean. LA CORRIDA DU PREMIER MAI. Paris, Bernard Grasset, 1957. 1st edition. 12mo. 215pp . Lightly soiled, rubbed, partially unopened, very good; paperback. In French. Illustrated by Cocteau. With Hommage a Manolete, Notes sur un Premier Voyage en Espagne & L'improvisation de Rome. $25.00
1377., Cortazar, Julio & Max-Pol Fouchet (edited & designed by Aline Elmayan & Antoine Capel). LEONARDO NIERMAN. Greenwich, Lublin Graphics, 1975. 1st edition. Oblong folio. 141pp . About fine in dust jacket. Well illustrated. In French, Spanish & English. An essay by Cortazar & poem by Fouchet introduce the art of Nierman. $75.00
169., Crespo de la Serna, Jorge J. DAVID A. SIQUEIROS. Mexico, Editorial Espartico, 1959. 1st edition. 16mo. 62pp . Lightly browned, very good; paperback. 48 black & white photographs & reproductions, accompanying essay in Spanish & English. $15.00
1427., Dorner, Gerd. FOLK ART OF MEXICO. New York, A.S. Barnes, 1962. 1st US edition. Square 8vo. 67pp . Near fine in bright dust jacket, small tears in jacket. 28 tipped in color plates, map. Cloth, pottery, masks, silver, wicker, papier mache, & more. $10.00
358., Espejel, Carlos. JUEGUETES MEXICANOS. Mexico, SEP/FONAPAS, 1981. 1st edition. Large folio. 116pp . Gift inscription, very good in dust jacket. Bibliography. In Spanish. 160 color photographs of hand-made Mexican toys, dolls, bulls, roosters, boxers, buses, planes, puppets, & more. $95.00
1197., Espinosa Altamirano, Horacio. EL INCONMENSURABLE, INAUDITO, INVEROSIMIL E INUSITADO DIEGO RIVERA. Mexico, Edamex, 1990. 3rd edition. Small 8vo. 96pp . About fine; paperback. In Spanish. 23 photographs (2 with Leon Trotsky) & portraits. A lively & at times humorous biography, highly personal. $12.50
3., Fernandez, Justino. DIEGO RIVERA: 10 REPRODUCTIONS IN COLOR OF MEXICAN FRESCOES. Mexico, Fischgrund, 1948. 1st edition. Folio. 14pp . Lightly soiled, very good. Loose, heavy sheets in stiff paper portfolio; title page & verso, two pages of text, beautiful reproductions for framing. $75.00
1307., Fernandez, Justino. MEXICAN ART. London, Spring Books, 1966. 2nd printing. Square 4to. 43pp . Very good in worn dust jacket. 59 pages of color plates. Photography by Constantino Reyes. Mexican art from pre-conquest to modern times. $15.00
2216., Garcia Terres. Jaime, ed. MEXICO EN EL ARTE. Num. 7, Primavera de 1949. Mexico, 4to. 112pp . Spine chipped, good, tight copy. In Spanish. 1 color plate tipped to stiff board, many black & white illustrations. Includes several articles on Lopez Velarde. $15.00
86., Goya y Lucientes, Francisco (with a new introduction by Philip Hofer). LA TAUROMACHIA AND THE BULLS OF BORDEAUX. New York, Dover, 1969. Folio. v+109pp . Spine lightly sunned, very good; paperback. 52 illustrations. Nobody has drawn bulls like Goya, the recordings of an extraordinary eye. $10.00
794., Hammer, Olga & Jeanne D'Andrea. TREASURES OF MEXICO FROM THE MEXICAN NATIONAL MUSEUMS/TESOROS DE MEXICO DE LOS MUSEOS NACIONALES MEXICANOS. Los Angeles, Armand Hammer Foundation, 1978. 1st edition. 4to. 206pp . Lightly rubbed, very good; paperback. Bilingual Spanish/English. Exhibition catalog for a traveling exhibition, reproductions in color & black & white. $12.50
2666., Heitman, Susan, ed. USC TROJAN FAMILY. Volume 19, number 3, February 1987. Los Angeles, USC, Folio. 34pp . Very good; staple bound paperback. Includes a 4 page, illustrated article on The Goya, Picasso exhibit La Tauromaquia. $10.00
3058., Helm, MacKinley. MAN OF FIRE J.C. OROZCO: AN INTERPRETIVE MEMOIR. New York, Harcourt, Brace, 1953. 1st edition. 4to. 245pp . Light general wear, very good in slightly chipped dust jacket. 4 color plates, 63 black & white plates, 10 figures. A stimulating & sympathetic review of the artist's life & work. $35.00
1163., Johnson, Arnold P., introduction. FRANCISCO ZUN~IGA: SCULPTURE/DRAWINGS. New York, Sindin Galleries, c1980. 4to. 32pp . About fine; paperback. A well illustrated exhibition catalogue with a brief introduction to Zun~iga's work. $15.00
835., Lynch, James B., Jr., introduction. RUFINO TAMAYO: FIFTY YEARS OF HIS PAINTINGS. Washington DC, The Phillips Collection, 1978. 1st edition. 4to. 89pp . About fine. Color & black & white reproductions. Bibliography. An exhibition catalogue. $45.00
61., Medel M., Vicente, ed. HOMBRES ILUSTRES DE MEXICO EN LA NOMENCLATURA DEL DESARROLLO URBANO RIO TIJUANA. Mexico, Sec. del Patrimonio Nacional, 1976. 1st edition. Square 4to. 150pp . Light line on front board, spotting on rear, very good. Well illustrated, mini biographies of all the people for whom streets were named or monuments built in Tijuana's Rio District. $25.00
17., Mujica Gallo, Manuel. LA MINITAUROMAQUIA DE PICASSO. Madrid, Prensa Espan~ola, 12mo. 105pp . Good, tight copy, ink on rear endpaper, front pastedown abraided. Rubbed & chipped cover, margins of a few plates thinned. Essays on Picasso & bulls. 56 black & white plates. $45.00
27., Ongay Muza, Danilo. BIBLIOGRAFIA DEL INSTITUTO DE INVESTIGACIONES ESTETICAS (1935-1965). Mexico, D.F, Universidad Nacional Mexico, 1966. 1st edition. 8vo. 149pp . Very good in lightly soiled wrappers. Sixteen plates. A bibliography of the works of art history & art criticism of the institute. Edition limited to 2000 copies. $10.00
91., Rodriguez Barajas, Julio. LA RUTA DE LOS MONUMENTOS HISTORICOS DE TIJUANA. Tijuana, Ediciones ILCSA, 2004. 8vo. 155pp . About fine; paperback. In Spanish. Photographs. A guide to the monumental sculptures & monumental architecture of Tijuana, photos, locations, histories. $15.00
310., Rojas, Pedro (translated by J.M. Cohen). THE ART AND ARCHITECTURE OF MEXICO: FROM 10,000 BC TO THE PRESENT DAY. Feltham, Paul Hamlyn, 1968. 1st edition. 4to. Faded boards, good, tight copy. 146 plates in color & monochrome. 71 text pages. $17.50
1947., Romero, Hector Manuel. EL MEXICO DE DIEGO RIVERA: CRONICAS CAPITALINAS. Mexico, Panorama Editorial, 1992. 1st edition. 8vo. 115pp . Very good; paperback. In Spanish. Photographs. A portrait of the parts of the city loved by Rivera, chapters on tacos, pulque, putas, & Tepito, the underside of the city. $15.00
3419., Salinas Pliego, Ricardo B., et al. LOS VALORES DE GRUPO SALINAS. Mexico, Grupo Salinas, 2001. 1st edition. Square 8vo. 89pp . Near fine in dust jacket. Well illustrated in color. A promotional piece for the conglomerate that runs TV Azteca includes art & essays by Pablo Rulfo, Ruben Leyva & others. $17.50
58., Sanchez, Hogo. [MEMORIA GRABADA/ENGRAVED MEMORY]. Tijuana, Centro Cultural Santo Tomas, 1998. 1st edition. Square 8vo. 160pp . About fine; paperback. Bilingual Spanish/English. Lim. to 750. Intaglio prints, with commentary. 24 interleaved impressions, 3 photographs of the violent border culture. $35.00
191., Sayer, Chloe. DISEN~OS MEXICANOS: ARTE Y DECORACION. Madrid, Editorial Libsa, 1990. 1st edition. Folio. 22pp text . Edge wear, very good in lightly chipped dust jacket. In Spanish. 100 full page color plates with facing text descriptions, bibliography, essay, examples of design in Mexican cloth arts. $75.00
1107., Smith Bradley. MEXICO: A HISTORY IN ART. New York, Harper & Row, 1968. 1st edition. 4to. 296pp . Very good in lightly chipped dust jacket. About half pre-conquest & half post-conquest Mexican art history, much color illustration. $30.00
2784., Sotheby Parke Bernet. LATIN AMERICAN ART FROM THE BARRATT-BROWN COLLECTION, Sale #7071, November 25, 1997. New York, Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1997. 4to. About fine; paperback. Unpaginated. 12 objects in color include the Diego Rivera, the Spanish Colonial School, the Circle of Juan Rodriguez, & more. $10.00
3319., Sotheby Parke Bernet. LATIN AMERICAN ART, Sale #6848, May 14 & 15, 1996. New York, Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1996. 4to. About fine; paperback. 233 objects depicted, most in color, some fold out, including Dr. Atl, Rivera, Tamayo, Torres-Garcia, Siqueiros, Orozco, Matta. $12.50
2779., Villa, Agustin F. BREVES APUNTES SOBRE LA ANTIGUA ESCUELA DE PINTURA EN MEXICO Y ALGO SOBRE LA ESCULTURA. Mexico, Don Quijote, 1919. 2nd edition. 8vo. xcviipp . Ex-library, 1 signature loose, otherwise good. In Spanish. 19 green-tone photographic plates, reproductions of the art. 16th, 17th & 18th century art. Inscribed by the author's son. $25.00
2241., Yanez, Adriana. EL MOVIMIENTO SURREALISTA. Mexico, Joaquin Moritz, 1979. 1st edition. 16mo. 95pp . Lightly bumped, soiled, very good; paperback. In Spanish. Bibliography. Historical essay on surrealism by a Mexican poet. $10.00
2179., Yanez, Agostin, et al. ARTES DE MEXICO: OAXACA, An~o XII, Num. 70/71, 1965, a monthly periodical. Mexico, 4to. 208pp . Top of spine chipped, rear cover creased, good, tight copy. In Spanish, English, French & German. 16 color plates, many black & white. This issue is of pre-conquest & colonial Oaxaca. $30.00
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