Mixtec Blouse Oaxaca Mexico
It's uncommon to see green colored thread used to embroider indigenous clothing in Mexico. This blouse comes from the Mixtec community of San Miguel Cuevas, Juxtlahuaca, Oaxaca. Exhibited at the Museo Textil de Oaxaca. Here is a link to the website of the museum to learn more about its programs and exhibitions www.museotextildeoaxaca.org.mx/
Olvera Street: The Fabrication of L.A.'s Mexican Heritage
The first installment in a new series exploring the names of L.A. streets takes a look at the converted alley considered by some to be the heart of Mexican L.A.
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B asta profundizar un poco en el conocimiento de la historia de España para llegar a una triste conclusión: los malos gobernantes que hemos ...
241: Very Rare Mexican Fandango Lithograph - Dec 11, 2009 | Dorothy Sloan - Rare Books in TX
detail First edition. Not in standard sources. This is a separately issued lithograph, not an individual plate plucked from a lithographic album, such as the fandango plate in Castro’s México y sus alrededores albums (1855-1856), which can be found separately on the market from time to time. This lithograph is the first large-format lithograph of the Mexican fandango, and would serve as a model for subsequent fandango plates, including an almost immediate knockoff by Currier and Ives, 1848;