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Latin American and Caribbean Artists of the Modern Era: A Biographical Dictionary of More Than 12,700 Persons

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This is a comprehensive reference book to more than 10,000 painters, sculptors, graphic artists, and architects in Latin America (Mexico, Central America, South America) and the Caribbean region active during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Entries include the artists years, countries, and bibliographies. Also included are brief biographical information, stylistic ...more
Hardcover, 864 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by McFarland & Company
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Sara Edwards
Shipp, S. (2003). Latin American and Caribbean artists of the modern era: A biographical dictionary of more than 12,700 persons. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co.

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Type of Reference: Biographical Reference

Call Number: N6502.4 .S45 2003

Description: Collection of more than 12,700 Latin American and Caribbean artists from over 39 countries.

Relevance and Relationship: Would be of particular interest to the growing population of Hispanic students at the university.

Purpose: To pro
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