Centros de Estudios Mayas, Vol. XV, Mexico City: 1984. 401 pages (17 papers, 3 in English), approximately 40 figures. Edition limited to 2,000 copies.
Folk Art of Latin America
New York: Museum of Primitive Art, 1969. 16 pages, 31 illustrations.
UCLA: n.d. 28 pages (in English and Spanish), 9 photographs and drawings of objects used in rituals.
San Francisco: 1993. 109 pages, 98 color photographs of contemporary wood carvings created by famed Oaxacan artisans. Soft cover ed.
San Francisco: 1993. 109 pages, 98 color photographs of contemporary wood carvings created by famed Oaxacan artisans. Cloth cover ed.
Buenos Aires: 1948. 466 pages, 237 photographs.
Austin: 1968. 1st edition. 393 pages, 260 b/w and 16 color photographs, 18 figures, 6 maps. Cloth cover.
Mexico City: n.d. 34 pages, 16 pages of color drawings.
Albuquerque: 2002. xii, 199 pages (text in English and Spanish), 45 color and b/w photographs of art collected by the former U.S. ambassador to Mexico in the late 1920s. Cloth cover with dust jacket. Mint condition.
151 pages, 18 pages of photographs, 13 pages of drawings. Edition limited to 500 copies.
Mexico City: 1939. 176 pages, 52 full-page handcolored drawings of the enamels. This beautiful volume, written by Professor Francisco de P. Leon in 1922 and published in 1939, is still considered to be the finest volume published on the lovely enamels of Uruapan. The 52 handcolored drawings are dazzling in...
Frankfurt: Museum fur Volkerkunde, 1968. 112 pages, 80 photographs, 34 drawings.
New YorK: 1962. 67 pages, 28 tipped-in color plates, 1 map. Cloth cover.
Tucson: 1995. xvi, 216 pages, 40 half-page color photographs of retablos, 1 map. Soft cover edition.
Gainesville: University Gallery, 1978. 52 pages, 29 photographs, 1 map.
Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde te Leiden: 1985. 43 pages, 14 pages of photographs and 10 pages of drawings of Mexican costume, 1 map.
Tucson: 1974 (1st ed.). 168 pages, 81 color photographs. Cloth cover Fine condition. The painting of religous images on sheets of tin was a flourashing tradition in central Mexico during the nineteenth century. This book was the first major study of these paintings (retablos), and includes analyses as well as...
Tucson: 1974, 1979, 1992 (revised ed.). 168 pages, 81 color photographs.
Taylor Museum, Colorado Springs: 1967. 32 pages, 13 full-page photographs.
Museum fur Volkerkunde, Frankfurt: 1971. 139 pages, 85 b/w and 8 color photographs--all full-page--of several hundred items.
New York: 1941. 38 color plates (of 40--lacking plates 2 and 33), each with a drawing of a man or a woman in traditional early 20th century (1910-1935) costumes. The drawings are of indigenious peoples in their costumes, representing Argentina, Boliva, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Dutch Guiana, Ecuador, Panama, Patagonia, Peru...