El Lenguaje de las Formas en Teotihuacan: Séjourné, Laurette (1911-2003)

El Lenguaje de las Formas en Teotihuacan

Séjourné, Laurette (1911-2003)

Editorial: Fondo de Cultura Economica, Mexico, 1966
Condición: Very Good Encuadernación de tapa dura
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318 pages with figures (some in color), tables, charts and index. Quarto (11" x 8 1/4") bound in original publisher's beige cloth with dark brown label in gilt lettering to spine with pictorial design in brown to cover. First edition. Teotihuacan, located in the Basin of Central Mexico, was the largest, most influential, and certainly most revered city in the history of the New World, and it flourished in Mesoamerica's Golden Age, the Classic Period of the first millennium CE. Dominated by two gigantic pyramids and a huge sacred avenue, the city, its architecture, art, and religion would influence all subsequent Mesoamerican cultures, and it remains today the most visited ancient site in Mexico. The art of Teotihuacan, as represented in sculpture, pottery, and murals, is highly stylized and minimalist. Stone masks were made using jade, basalt, greenstone, and andesite, often highly polished and with details, especially eyes, rendered using shell or obsidian. These masks were also made in clay, and both types would once have adorned statues and mummy bundles. A great many buildings at Teotihuacan were decorated with murals, most of which portray religious events, especially processions, but also scenes with details of landscape and architecture and especially watery scenes such as fountains and rivers. Scenes also include gylphs suggesting the existence of a writing system, even if much less varied and sophisticated than that used by the contemporary Maya. Painted using the true fresco technique, the work was then given a final polish. Bright colours were used and shades of red were especially popular and used to most often depict gods, sacrifices, and warriors. In the more modest buildings, repeated patterns were also painted using stencils to create an effect much like modern wallpaper. Condition: Corners bumped, some occasional underlining, light edge wear, spine ends lightly rubbed else a very good copy. N° de ref. de la librería BOOKS006443

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Título: El Lenguaje de las Formas en Teotihuacan

Editorial: Fondo de Cultura Economica, Mexico

Año de publicación: 1966

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Very Good

Condición de la sobrecubierta: No Jacket

Edición: 1st Edition

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