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  • FRIDA KAHLO y Sus Mundos / and Her Worlds. by [Kahlo, Frida, 1907 - 1954] Arteago, Augustin; Nadia Ugalde Gomez and Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera.
    [Kahlo, Frida, 1907 - 1954] Arteago, Augustin; Nadia Ugalde Gomez and Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera.
    FRIDA KAHLO y Sus Mundos / and Her Worlds.

    Edition: First edition.

    Ponce, Puerto Rico: Museo de Arte de Ponce, 2005. Hardcover first edition - A gorgeous book, published in conjunction with the museum exhibition, which focuses on the evolution of Kalho's unique style and how her art was influenced by photography, folkart, Pre-Columbian art, religion and science. A bilingual edition in English and Spanish; includes three essays on her work by Augustin Arteago, Nadia Ugalde Gomez and Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera and hundreds of full-color photographs of her work. Notes, chronology, list of works. Large format, 160 pp. ISBN: 0-977393208.

    Condition: Fine in glossy illustrated boards (a new copy)

    Book ID: 61508
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  • THE ART OF NELLIE MAE ROWE: Ninety-Nine and a Half Won't Do by [Rowe, Nellie Mae.1900-1982] Kogan, Lee
    [Rowe, Nellie Mae.1900-1982] Kogan, Lee
    THE ART OF NELLIE MAE ROWE: Ninety-Nine and a Half Won't Do

    Edition: First printing.

    New York / Jackson, Mississippi: Museum of American Folk Art in Association With University Press of Mississippi, (1998) dj. Hardcover first edition - Published in conjunction with the exhibition by the same name at the Museum of American Folk Art in 1999 and on tour in Atlanta and Dallas in 2000. This is the most substantial gathering of Rowe's work to date, with 84 full color reproductions of her work and many black and white photographs. which display the artist's extraordinary intuitive color sense and the vibrancy and variety of her work. The daughter of a former slave Rowe lived her entire life in rural Georgia. She used whatever materials were at hand. When painting and drawing on paper,…

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    New York / Jackson, Mississippi: Museum of American Folk Art in Association With University Press of Mississippi, (1998) dj. Hardcover first edition - Published in conjunction with the exhibition by the same name at the Museum of American Folk Art in 1999 and on tour in Atlanta and Dallas in 2000. This is the most substantial gathering of Rowe's work to date, with 84 full color reproductions of her work and many black and white photographs. which display the artist's extraordinary intuitive color sense and the vibrancy and variety of her work. The daughter of a former slave Rowe lived her entire life in rural Georgia. She used whatever materials were at hand. When painting and drawing on paper, Styrofoam, cardboard, and wood, she favored plain and colored pencils, ink and felt tip pens, and gouache. Jewelry, lace, wigs, felt hats, and eye glasses enhanced her cloth dolls. .. . In these color-saturated works, there is an exuberant and idiosyncratic self-expression. Includes a foreword by Gerald Wertkin, an introduction by Kinshasha Holman Conwill and transcriptions of several interviews with Nellie Mae Rowe. Exhibition checklist and chronology. Large format. 112 pp. ISBN: 1578061326.

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    Condition: Fine in a fine dust jacket (as new.)

    Book ID: 63237
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