Art and New Mexico
A Land So Remote
Comprised of three volumes, A Land So Remote is the most comprehensive visual document ever published of Spanish colonial art and frontier artifacts of New Mexico. Includes 842 color and numerous historic photographs spread over 848 pages. Many of these photographs are of rare and never before published objects from nine museums and numerous private collections.
ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS
Larry Frank studied medieval art in Paris. Upon returning to the United States, he found that the counterpart that continued the tradition for him was the linear and stylized design of santos. He was a collector of santos for thirty-five years and was considered a leading authority on the subject.
Published By Red Crane Books
9.25 x 12.25 in. 282 pages 800 color photographs