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The Resource Theaters of conversion : religious architecture and Indian artisans in colonial Mexico, Samuel Y. Edgerton ; with photographs by Jorge Pérez de Lara ; drawings by Mark Van Stone, James E. Ivey, and the author

Theaters of conversion : religious architecture and Indian artisans in colonial Mexico, Samuel Y. Edgerton ; with photographs by Jorge Pérez de Lara ; drawings by Mark Van Stone, James E. Ivey, and the author

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Theaters of conversion : religious architecture and Indian artisans in colonial Mexico
Title
Theaters of conversion
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religious architecture and Indian artisans in colonial Mexico
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Samuel Y. Edgerton ; with photographs by Jorge Pérez de Lara ; drawings by Mark Van Stone, James E. Ivey, and the author
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eng
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illustrations
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N7914.A1
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E34 2001
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non fiction
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Theaters of conversion : religious architecture and Indian artisans in colonial Mexico, Samuel Y. Edgerton ; with photographs by Jorge Pérez de Lara ; drawings by Mark Van Stone, James E. Ivey, and the author
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Theaters of conversion : religious architecture and Indian artisans in colonial Mexico, Samuel Y. Edgerton ; with photographs by Jorge Pérez de Lara ; drawings by Mark Van Stone, James E. Ivey, and the author
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [299]-344) and index
Contents
  • Indians and Renaissance art : Fray Pedro de Gante's School of Art at San José de Los Naturales
  • ch. 5.
  • Christian murals by Indian artists
  • ch. 6. The
  • convento as theater : medieval autos and nahua neixcuitill
  • ch. 7.
  • Stage and scenery
  • ch. 8. The
  • cloister as theater : Adam and Eve lost in Aztec paradise
  • ch. 9. The
  • Introduction : art as a tool of Christian conversion
  • convento as theater of memory
  • ch. 10. "El
  • Dorado" : the desolate desert conventos of New Mexico, 1598-1700
  • ch. 11.
  • Religious architecture in "Those most remote provinces"
  • ch. 1. The
  • millennium of the Mendicant friars
  • ch. 2. The
  • cross and the tree : the Christian convento as Indian cosmos
  • ch. 3. The
  • arch and the cave : open chapels in the Yucatán
  • ch. 4.
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27 cm.
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Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xvii, 350 p.
Isbn
9780826322562
Lccn
00011870
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)

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