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Latin American Artists' Signatures and Monograms
Colonial Era to 1996
In addition to the artists' signatures, each entry includes, if applicable, nationality, birth and death dates, key letters to a listing of reference sources, and the most recent auction results (if any) of the last twenty years. Most entries also include some of the following information: birthplace, schools, countries of work/travel, retrospective/solo/group exhibitions, awards, review and literature sources, and gallery agents.
Size: 9 x 11 1/2
978-0-8108-3293-0 • Hardback • February 1998 •
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is a multimedia artist and sculptor. He has been an art researcher for the past forty years and also lectures on art and on art as an investment. Mr. Castagno's recent books include
Abstract Artists: Signatures and Monograms, An International Directory, From 1900
American Artists II: Signatures and Monograms, From 1800
Artists' Monograms and Indiscernible Signatures II: An International Directory, From 1900
European Artists II: Signatures and Monograms, From 1800
Painters, watercolorists, printmakers, sculptors and photographers are covered in this exhaustive work...this is a must-have book for any library, as well as for serious art students and collectors.
This is the latest fine book by the artist and art historian, John Castagno. The book fills a much noticed void in the art field by concentrating on Latin American artists...is very complete and is indispensable to dealers, collectors, museums and art libraries.
The Antiquer's Guide
His five other directories are the best in their fields and his sixth is equally superior. It lists 1,100 artists and includes 1,650 signature examples....Latin American art is more popular than ever and this directory fills an important gap in available research materials. I highly recommend it.
Latin American art is more popular than ever and this directory fills an important gap in available research materials.
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