JOSE CISNEROS At PAISANO. An Exhibit: Riders of the Spanish Borderlands.

Lowman, Al; Dobie, Bertha McKee

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Title: JOSE CISNEROS At PAISANO. An Exhibit: Riders...
Publisher: Humanities Research Center; University of Texas
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Cisneros, Jose 1910 - 2009]. [Lowman, Al]. [Dobie, Bertha McKee]
Published by [Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin], [Austin, Texas] (1969)
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Book Description [Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin], [Austin, Texas], 1969. Condition: VG+. Unpaginated, though 98 pp. 87 b/w illustrations by Cisneros, including frontis. 9" x 6" Brown cloth with cream and black pastedown to front board and spine. Seller Inventory # 33099.5

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Cisneros, José with Lowman, Al and Dobie, Bertha McKee
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Book Description Institute of Texan Cultures, 1969. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good+. No Jacket. Cisneros, José (illustrator). unpaginated, light brown SC wraps w/black illustrated front panel & photo of artist & family on the rear panel. Al Lowman, wrote introduction about Cisneros and his career. Bertha McKee Dobie wrote about how the Dobie-Paisano project began. José Cisneros was the fourth receipient of a residence fellowship. This article is followed by the exhibit listing of 95 illustrations. This is followed by twenty reproductions of some the exhibited illustrations. Size: Oblong 16mo Over 6" - 7" Tall. Seller Inventory # 051006

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Dobie, Bertha McKee, & Al Lowman
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Book Description Univ of Texas, Austin, 1969. Wraps. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No D J. Jose Cisneros (illustrator). First Edition. 32 unnumbered pp. saddle stapled into tan, card stock wraps. Cisneros was the fourth resident fellow (the first artist) at the Paisano Retreat Center sponsored by the University of Texas Humanities Research Center at Dobie's Paisano Ranch west of Austin. An exhibit of his work at the Institute of Texan Cultures, San Antonio, July, 1969, was the occasion for this catalogue designed by William Wittliff at Encino Press (Whaley, No. 49). It includes Al Lowman's biographical essay on Cisneros & Bertha Dobie's essay on the Dobie-Paisano project, The 95 pieces in the exhibit are listed & 20 are reproduced as full page illustrations. A photo of Cisneros & his wife & child at Paisano is on the rear wrap. Slight edge wear to wraps. Size: Oblong 8vo. Seller Inventory # 0006166

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