Courtly Art of the Ancient Maya

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Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 2004 - Art - 304 pages
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Written by leading authorities and including the latest ground-breaking research, Courtly Art of the Ancient Maya is a unique, lavishly illustrated overview of the courts of this great civilization, and examines them in unprecedented depth, revealing a dazzling array of objects that still have the power to engage and astonish observers centuries after their creation.

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While it comes as no surprise to the specialist that the most exquisite examples of Maya art emerge from the context of their innumerable royal courts, this handsome exhibition catalog offers a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Derrick Mccullough - Goodreads

I absolutely loved this book. It was recommended by my art history professor. I used it through the entire semester on a course on the art of the Americans and it was set up so perfectly and provided detailed pictures of art work that most books do not. Thank you to the authors. Read full review

About the author (2004)

Simon Martin is a Research Specialist at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.

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