Hispanic arts and ethnohistory in the Southwest: new papers inspired by the work of E. Boyd, Volume 57
A Spanish Colonial Arts Society Book published by Ancient City Press and the University of New Mexico Press. E. Boyd was a pre-eminent authority on Spanish colonial arts. Twenty-three distinguished contributors discuss her work; traditional Hispanic arts and their preservation.
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