Folk art -- New Mexico
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Ann Baumann Trust Collection of Gustave Baumann Materials
Identifier: AC 523
Scope and Content This collection contains the records of the Ann Baumann Trust, which was created by Ann Baumann, daughter of New Mexico artist Gustave Baumann, in order to promote Baumann’s artistic legacy and preserve his archival materials. The collection consists primarily of Gustave Baumann’s archival records, including his business and personal correspondence, personal documents, financial records, records of woodcut printing methods, and correspondence and reports related to Baumann’s work with the WPA....
Dates: 1799-2020; Majority of material found in 1904-1971
Concha Ortiz y Pino de Kleven Papers
Abstract This collection contains audiotaped interviews, news clippings, articles, pamphlets, brochures, news letters, correspondence, and a scrapbook documenting the life and social career of Concha Ortiz y Pino de Kleven.
Contemporary Spanish Market Collection,
Identifier: AC 336
Scope and Content Collection consists of lists of participants, entry forms, procedures, show schedules, publicity releases and articles, minutes of committee meetings, and correpsondence pertaining to the organization and peration of the Contemporary Spanish Market. Included are photocopies of photographs of exhibits.
Dennis P. Trujillo Papers
Abstract This collection consists of material collected and produced by Dennis Trujillo for the research and writing of his dissertation “The Commodification of Hispano Culture in New Mexico: Tourism, Mary Austin, and the Spanish Colonial Arts Society."
Spanish Colonial Arts Society Records,
Scope and Content Collection consists of the administrative records, correspondence, and financial records of the Spanish Colonial Arts Society and its store, the Spanish Arts (Santa Fe, NM). The bulk of the records pertain to the first twenty years of the Societys existence, 1929-1949. Included are incorporation papers for both the Society for the Preservation of Spanish Antiquities in New Mexico (1913), and the Spanish Colonial Arts Society (1929). Also within the collection are the Spanish Arts store...
Virginia Maria Romero papers
Abstract Electronic files and papers relating to the life and work of Las Cruces, New Mexico artist Virginia Maria Romero, ca. 1980-2018. The materials document the creative output of the artist through images of her work, files relating to her business and work as an artist, promotional materials and clipping files. Romero uses traditional materials and methods to create work that is primarily influenced by the Southwest and New Mexico cultures and environment.
Dates: 1980 - 2018