Beautiful unmarked copy! Spanish Language. Hardcover. Text is clean, binding is strong. Many color and some B & W illustrations in this art folio. No former owner's name or marks. Very large book, about 14" X 17". This oversized book requires additional postage for expedited or international shipping. Please inquire!. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: LA PINTURA MURAL DE LA REVOLUCION MEXICANA.
Publisher: Fondo Editorial de la Plastica M
Publication Date: 1975
Book Condition: Very Good
Book Description [Mexico City], Editorial de la PlÃ¡stica Mexicana, 1975. Large folio (48 x 35 cm). Original brown cloth, lettered in gilt; pp. 316, highly illustrated in colour; minimal rubbing to cloth, initially very lightly spotted, otherwise very good. Second, enlarged edition, one of 5000 copies printed and privately distributed, of this lavishly produced monograph on Mexican revolutionary murals, with a very good introduction by Carlo Pellicer, placing this art in the historical context of pre-Columbian art, and religious iconography. Among the splendidly reproduced works of art are murals by Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros, JosÃ Clemente Orozco, AgustÃn Lazo, Rufino Tamayo, and JosÃ Guadalupe Posada. Provenance: Presented by Mexican officials to Dr. Noel Ordman, thanking him for his help with the modernisation of the Mexican commercial sea ports, with calligraphic inscription and five signatures on front fly-leaf, dated 1982. Noel Ordman was a British civil engineer, port designer, administrator for the Port of London Authority and president of the Smeatonian Society of Civil Engineers. Bookseller Inventory # 2098283