Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Albert Frisch, George Leuzinger and Marc Ferrez 19th Century Brazilian Views Photograph Collection
Abstract 19th century photographs made in Brazil by some of the best- known photographers working there during that period: Marc Ferrez, George Leuzinger, and Albert Frisch (who took the first known photographs of Amazonian Indians).
Amerique du Sud Photograph Album, 1886
Abstract Album with mounted photographs. Photos apparently taken in South American countries other than Brazil. Includes residential buildings, family groups, horses and carriages, gauchos with cattle, and a landscape taken at Isla de Lobos - on the Atlantic coast of Uruguay - showing sea lions on a rocky seashore. There are many blank pages in album. Bound in green cloth with leather corners and spine; title "Amerique du Sud, 1886" in gilt on cover; marbled end papers.
Delilah Montoya Collection Corazón Sagrado / Sacred Heart Collection
Abstract The Project was undertaken by photographer Delilah Montoya in partial fulfillment of the Master of Fine Arts Degree at the University of New Mexico. The photographs illustrate the relationship between Christian and Precolumbian cults which both valued the heart as a divine symbol, as well as this symbol's role in ethno-historical experiences.Corazon Sagrado/Sacred Heart Project was undertaken by photographer Delilah Montoya in partial fulfillment of the Master...
Delilah Montoya, "Rubia y Sombra" Folio
Abstract Collection contains nine limited edition color collotypes by artist Delilah Montoya.
Delilah Montoya, "To Be Invisible" Print Collection
Abstract Collection contains 7 color prints (collotypes) by artist Delilah Montoya each bearing three or four portraits of Chicano artists making hand gestures in front of their faces.
Spanish and Indian New Mexico Viewbook
Abstract This collection contains images of churches in New Mexico and Indians of North American in Arizona and New Mexico.