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New Mexican Art

A large New Mexico tin wall

nicho, Taos Serrate Workshop,

circa 1890’s


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A New Mexican tin and reverse-painted

glass hanging fixture by Francisco Sandoval, circa 1930’s


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A historic New Mexican

bulto of San Juan Nepomuceno by

The A.J. Santero, circa 1820


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A historic New Mexican tin and glass retablo by H. V. Gonzales, circa 1880-1890


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A large Bulto by unknown Santero,

Southern Colorado or Northern New Mexico, circa 1900-1910


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An Isleta Workshop reverse-painted glass and tin frame with Holy Cards, New Mexico, circa 1900-1910



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A carved wooden roadrunner by George Lopez,

Cordova, New Mexico, circa 1950's-1960's


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A historic New Mexican tin and glass frame by The Valencia Red and Green tin workshop, circa 1890-1910


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An unusual historic New Mexican tin and glass round frame by The Valencia Red and Green tin workshop, Valencia County, New Mexico, circa 1890-1910


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A historic New Mexican tin and glass frame by The Valencia Red and Green tin workshop, circa 1890-1910


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A New Mexico carved wooden Bulto of Saint Francis of Assisi by George Lopez, Cordova, New Mexico, circa 1950’s


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An early New Mexican wooden retablo of “San Pedro del Quemado”, by Rafael Aragon, Cordova, NM, circa 1830-1840


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A beautifully hand-carved and painted wooden figure of Jesus by Luis Tapia, 1990


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A Taos, New Mexico Modernist wood sculpture by Patrocino Barela, circa 1960


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A hand-carved and hand-painted New Mexican wooden cross, circa 1910-1930’s


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A rare, hand-made northern New Mexico Penitente “Matraca” or processional noisemaker, circa 1930’s-1940’s


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A large, triangular-peaked New Mexican tin, glass

and colored wallpaper nicho by Jose Maria Apodaca,

circa 1880-1890


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A large historic New Mexican tin, glass and paper collage cross, circa 1890-1900

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A New Mexican tin and glass triangular-peaked wall nicho with five panels containing fancy colored wallpaper by Jose Maria Apodaca, circa 1885

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An extremely rare, matched pair of large, historic New Mexico tin, glass and colored wallpaper crosses with figural stars at the terminals, circa 1890-1900

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A historic New Mexican tin, glass and colored wallpaper frame by Jose Maria Apodaca, circa 1890

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A large tin and glass frame with one central and four surrounding panels containing elaborately-patterned, multi-colored wallpaper, circa 1890

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A historic New Mexican tin, glass and colored wallpaper octagonal mirror by Jose Maria Apodaca, circa 1890

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A historic New Mexican tin and glass frame with five panels containing colored floral wallpaper by Jose Maria Apodaca, circa 1880-1885

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A large New Mexican tin and glass frame with 12 colored wallpaper panels and a mirrored center by Jose Maria Apodaca, circa 1890-1900

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A rare, matched pair of historic New Mexican tin and glass frames with one central and four surrounding panels containing fancy, multi-colored wallpaper, circa 1880-1885

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A Hand-carved and painted New Mexico folk art wooden fish figure by Felipe Benito Archuleta, 1984


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A hand-carved and painted New Mexico folk art wooden armadillo by Leroy Archuleta, 1989


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A New Mexico Folk Art “bottle-cap” rattlesnake

figure by Felipe Benito Archuleta, 1979


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