Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract 8 lithographs by Alfredo Zalce of Yucatán subjects: people, laborers, landscapes. Printed by José Sanchez at the , it is no. 93 of a limited edition of 100 published by in 1946.Taller de Gráfica Popular, it is no. 93 of a limited edition of 100 published by Estampa Mexicana in 1946.
Abstract This six-color lithograph is a semi-abstract depiction of a horse. The print was created as part of "The Prints of Albuquerque" celebration in 1997.
Abstract German mining engineer and expedition artist who accompanied A. B. Gray and his party on their 1854 reconnaissance survey for a transcontinental railroad route along the 32nd parallel for the Texas Western Railroad Company. Twelve of the lithographs were done by Bien and Sterner Lithographers in New York and thirty-four were done by Middleton, Wallace and Company of Cincinnati. Not all of these images appear in the Gray report which was published in Cincinnati in 1856. There are scenes from...
Abstract This collection contains ten original color lithographs by the Mexican artist, Carlos Mérida, published in 1940 by Talleres Gráficos de la Nación.
Abstract This collection contains ten original color lithographs by Carlos Mérida, published in a limited edition folio by Graphic Art Publications, Mexico, in 1943.
Abstract This collection consists of lithographs, etchings, and engravings by José Guadalupe Posada. It was compiled by noted Mexican art historian, Fernando Gamboa.
Abstract The collection primarily contains correspondence, illustrated letters, projects, and publications about Jensen's work.
Dates: 1916-2019; Majority of material found within 1972-2010
Dates: ca. 1890-1907
Abstract 10 original lithographs by Jean Charlot in original portfolio.
Abstract This collection consists of 13 prints related to General Franco and the Spanish Civil War, with particular focus on the collaboration with Nazis, the role of the church, and civil abuses. The folio was published by the Taller de Gráfica Popular.
Abstract The Latin American Ephemera Pictorial Collection is comprised of ephemera (slides, political posters, lithographic cards, political caricatures, advertisements, bookmarks, photographs, book covers, and postcards) from Latin America.
Dates: 1860s, 1956-2000s
Abstract The Sam L. Slick Collection of Latin American and Iberian Posters contains posters from many Latin American and Iberian countries.
Dates: Majority of material found within circa 1970, 1988-1991; circa 1970-2000
Abstract Collection consists of posters, flyers, prints, serials, filmstrip illustrations, and ephemera (calendars and notecards) ranging in date from 1935-1990. Subjects predominately focus on international issues of the 1940s-1960s, including fascism and national socialism, in addition to Mexican topics, such as agriculture, labor issues, and the nationalization of the petroleum industry.
Abstract This collection includes portraits of Tamarind artists and staff and photographic reproductions of artists' works. The collection also includes photographic illustrations, which demonstrate and explain lithographic processes and workshop procedures.Tamarind Book of Lithography, which demonstrates and explains lithographic processes and workshop procedures.
Abstract Four black and white lithograph prints depicting Nazi treatment of Jewish prisoners and Jewish resistance.