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The Lienzo of Tlapiltepec : a painted history from the Northern Mixteca / edited by Arni Brownstone ; with contributions by Nicholas Johnson & Bas van Doesburg ; foreword by Elizabeth Hill Boone
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Brownstone, Arni (1947-). Éditeur scientifique
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Etats-Unis d'Amérique
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© 2015
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1 vol. (XX-190 p.) : couv. ill. en coul., ill. ; 28 cm
978-0-8061-4629-4. - 0-8061-4629-X. - 978-0-8061-4630-0 (br.). - 0-8061-4630-3. - 978-0-88854-503-9. - 0-88854-503-7. - 978-0-88854-504-6. - 0-88854-504-5. - 9780806151526 (erroné)
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"Royal Ontario Museum."
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Bibliogr. p. 161-179, notes bibliogr., Index
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La 4ème de couverture indique: "For centuries, indigenous rulers of Mesoamerica commissioned elaborate pictorial histories to maintain their claims to power, land, and privilege—a practice they continued under Spanish authority after the conquest. The Lienzo of Tlapiltepec is one such history. An intricate pictographic document on cotton cloth measuring 156 by 66.5 inches, the lienzo was produced by an Indian painter-scribe of great skill during the sixteenth century in the northern Mixteca, in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. It depicts events dating from the eleventh century to the early years of the Spanish colony. Housed since 1919 in the Royal Ontario Museum of Canada, the lienzo is a work of such complexity and reach that few scholars possess the tools to understand its message and context. The contributors to this volume are among that select few. In four chapters, front matter, and two appendices accompanied by detailed, full-color illustrations, scholars Arni Brownstone, Nicholas Johnson, Bas van Doesburg, Eckehard Dolinski, Michael Swanton, and Elizabeth Hill Boone describe what a lienzo is and how it was made. They also explain the particular origin, format, and content of the Lienzo of Tlapiltepec—as well as its place within the larger world of Mexican painted history. The contributors furthermore explore the artistry and visual experience of the work. A final essay documents past illustrations of the lienzo, including the one rendered for this book, which employed innovative processes to recover long faded colors. Unique in its detail, scope, and depth, this is the first volume to offer a full description and analysis of the Lienzo of Tlapiltepec and to grant widespread access to this extraordinary repository of history."
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.ix. Foreword : the painted histories of Mexico and the Lienzo of Tlapiltepec / Elizabeth Hill Boone
xix. Preface
p.5. [1] What is a lienzo? / Nicholas Johnsonpp.35
[2] aThe Lienzo of Tlapiltepec : the royal historiography of the Coixtlahuaca city-state / Bas van Doesburg
p.95. [4] The language of lines on the Lienzo of Tlapiltepec / Nicholas Johnson
p.151. [4] Illustrating the lienzo / Arni Brownstone and Eckehard Dolinski
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