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Saints & saint makers of New Mexico by E. Boyd

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Published by Laboratory of Anthropology in Santa Fé, N.M .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • New Mexico.

Subjects:

  • Christian art and symbolism.,
  • Saints in art.,
  • Folk art -- New Mexico.,
  • Art, Latin American.,
  • Idols and images.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesSaints and saint makers of New Mexico
Statementby E. Boyd.
ContributionsArmitage, Merle, 1893-1975., Rogers, Bruce, 1870-1957, former owner., Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsN7910.N6 H3
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 139 p. :
Number of Pages139
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6513113M
LC Control Number47005145

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Santa Fe: Laboratory of Anthropology, First edition. 24 cm; vi, pages, including 24 full-page half-tone photos of New Mexican santos. Title. This series of line drawings by legendary Santera (saint-maker) Marie Romero Cash, depict many of the popular saints painted by the santeros of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in Northern New Mexico. The saints have always been an integral part of the culture, Marie says, so much so that in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in New Mexico the art of the religious folk art of the. This series of line drawings by legendary Santera (saint-maker) Marie Romero Cash, depict many of the popular saints painted by the santeros of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in Northern New Mexico. "The saints have always been an integral part of the culture," Marie says, "so much so that in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in New Mexico the art of the religious folk art of. I am nourished by Northern New Mexico's rugged wildness and rawness. The profound devotion found in the different traditions and faiths here are unusual and inspiring." Moved by the sacred art of the retablo paintings and the santeros (saint makers) who made them, she started creating them herself.

Search over 7, Catholic saint bios. Including easy to search alphabetical (A-Z) list of saints, Female/Women saints, Patron saints, Popular saints, Feast Days by month, Saint of the Day, Angels and other heroes of the Catholic Church. The ingenuity of early New Mexican santeros, or makers of santos, lay in rendering precious-seeming objects from the humblest local materials—objects of rustic beauty and substance that helped shape the Southwest’s aesthetic sensibility. Utilizing the limited natural resources at their disposal, they learned to fashion the bodies of saints. - Explore Clarinda Nunez's board "New Mexico Santos,Retablos and Bultos", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Religious art, Colonial art, Mexican folk art pins. In his sermon at the recent Spanish Market Mass in Santa Fe, NM, the archbishop commented that the saint-makers, the santeros "have their religion in their fingertips". In these few words, he summarized the history and purpose of the beautiful santos and bultos created by the makers of this form of religious art. You see, for many years when there were very few priests in New Mexico, these.