Publication: Red Crane Books, 2001, Santa Fe
First editions. Quarto. VOLUME I: RELIGIOUS ART OF NEW MEXICO 1780 -1907. Burnt orange colored cloth, silver stamping on spine, orange endpapers, xiii , 282 pp., acknowledgments, foreword, illustrated, notes for Volume I. VOLUME II: RELIGIOUS ART OF NEW MEXICO 1780 -1907. Burnt orange colored cloth, rose-colored endpapers, , 289-562 pp., illustrated, notes for Volume II, bibliography, index. VOLUME III: WOODEN ARTIFACTS OF FRONTIER NEW MEXICO 1700S-1900S. Authors Larry Frank and Skip Keith Miller. Burnt orange colored cloth, metallic blue colored endpapers, xi , 251 pp., credits and abbreviations, acknowledgments, foreword, introduction, illustrated, notes, bibliography, index. Volumes I and II present hundreds of beautiful photographs, most full-page, of santos made by the santeros of New Mexico. Volume III covers an area never before covered in such detail, discussing and illustrating implements, hand tools, weapons, textile tools, furniture, measuring tools, equestrian gear, household goods, toys, and much more. All of which are recorded and presented in beautiful color photography. This work is the most comprehensive visual document of Spanish colonial art and frontier artifacts in New Mexico published to date! All three volumes Fine in dust jacket, and each signed by the author(s). Original pictorial slipcase has a light bump to upper rear corner.
Inventory Number: 50519