Large format hardcover with numerous color photos, SIGNED by the author Jean Colvin
FROM THE PUBLISHER: "A new book by Jean Colvin, Arte de Tigua, describes the origins and evolution of Tigua art as well as the geography, economy and a brief history of Tigua from pre-colonial to present times. Examples of both early and contemporary paintings in full color reflect many aspects of indigenous Ecuadorian culture as well as the changes that have occurred since this genre of painting began. There are chapters on painting technique, mask making, the politics and economics of Tigua art and its impact on the painters and their families as well as the authors own experience living in Tigua."
Author: Jean G. Colvin
Publisher: Abya Yala, Quito, Ecuador
Format: Large format hardcover book in dust jacket, 160 pages with parallel text in both English and Spanish, illustrated with numerous color photographs and a list of artists; AS NEW condition, purchased directly from publisher, with original shrinkwrap which was opened only to be SIGNED by the Author, Jean Colvin