Outline of Mexican popular arts and crafts by Katherine Anne Porter

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Published by Young & McCallister, inc.] in [Los Angeles, Calif .

Written in English

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  • Mexico.


  • Decorative arts -- Mexico.

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Statementby Katherine Anne Porter ... Cover design by Xav. Gro. Photographs from the collection of Roberto A. Turnbull.
ContributionsMexico. Ministerio de industria, comercio y trabajo., Georgetown university, D.C. School of Foreign Service. Pan American Students" Association.
LC ClassificationsNK844 .P6
The Physical Object
Pagination56 p.
Number of Pages56
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6671662M
LC Control Number24028927

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Some of the items produced by hand in this country include ceramics, wall hangings, vases, furniture, textiles and much more. In Mexico, both crafts created for utilitarian purposes and folk art are collectively known as “artesanía” as.

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