Vital and Creative: The Art and Architecture of Mexico

by Anna Carew-Miller

For nearly 4,000 years, the people who have lived in the region known as Mexico have expressed themselves through a variety of folk arts. Today, the art and architecture of Mexico blends indigenous and pre-Columbian influences with Spanish and European traditions. From architecture to music, from painting to poetry, from colorful clay pottery to ornate woven baskets and rugs, Mexicans have demonstrated the vitality and creativity of their culture. This book provides information about Mexico's ancient and modern architecture, visual arts, performing arts, literary arts, and folk art.


ISBN 978-1-4222-3219-4


ISBN 978-1-4222-8684-5
8 x 8 inches
64 pages

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