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6 edition of The art of the Spanish in the United States and Puerto Rico. found in the catalog.

The art of the Spanish in the United States and Puerto Rico.

by Shirley Glubok

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  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Hispanic American art -- Juvenile literature,
    • Folk art -- United States -- Juvenile literature,
    • Hispanic American art

    • About the Edition

      Text and photographs examine the Spanish influence in the art and architecture of the United States and Puerto Rico.

      Edition Notes

      StatementDesigned by Gerard Nook. Photos. by Alfred Tamarin.
      ContributionsTamarin, Alfred H., illus.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsN6538.S6 G55
      The Physical Object
      Pagination48 p.
      Number of Pages48
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5223941M
      LC Control Number75185218

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The art of the Spanish in the United States and Puerto Rico by Shirley Glubok Download PDF EPUB FB2

In Puerto Rico Then and Now, vintage black-and-white photographs from the earlier days of the commonwealth are juxtaposed with beautiful color photos taken from the same vantage points today. Each photo is accompanied by illuminating text that appears in both English and Spanish, making the book accessible for speakers of both languages/5(18).

The Spanish-American War in significantly changed the literature of Puerto Rico. This period was know as the Generation of ' From the early years of 20th century, many writers began to focus on the conflict between traditional Hispanic culture and the increasing Americanization of the island.

The folk art of Puerto Rick and the Spanish Southwest provides fertile ground for Glubok's highly successful illustrated lecture format, Ms. Glubok has chosen to dwell on the small decorated wooden statues called bultos — discussing techniques and costume styles while telling the religious stories they commemorate.

Tinware nichos (whose origins are ascribed to the tin cans left behind by the. They met in Spanish Harlem — they didn’t know each other in Puerto Rico, so their whole lives were really framed by U.S. policy toward Puerto Rico.

It was basically the “West Side Story Author: Isabelia Herrera. This book presents in both spanish and english an excellent review of Puertorican art. From the great José Campeche to a contemporary Osiris Delgado, it gives everyone a description of the greatest painters and artists from Puerto Rico/5(3).

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Identification. Christopher Columbus landed in Puerto Rico induring his second voyage, naming it San Juan Bautista. The Taínos, the indigenous people, called the island Boriquén Tierra del alto señor ("Land of the Noble Lord"). Inthe Spanish granted settlement rights to Juan Ponce de León, who established a settlement at Caparra and became the first governor.

Authorities in parts of the United States have repeatedly argued for curbing the spread of Spanish, like the former Arizona schools chief who said all Spanish-language media should be silenced.

In this book a distinguished Puerto Rican legal scholar and former government official discusses the island’s century-old relationship with the United States and argues that the process of decolonization should begin immediately.

José Trías Monge first describes the Spanish rule over Puerto Rico and then traces the impact of American. In about one hour we toured four of the eight galleries, from African civilizations, to European conquest of the Americas, slavery, Spain and the United States' roles in Puerto Rico, and independence/5().

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In Julynear the end of the Spanish-American War, U.S. forces launched an invasion of Puerto Rico, the mile-long, mile-wide island that was one of Spain’s two principal possessions.

Puerto Rican citizenship is the status of having citizenship of Puerto Rico as a concept distinct from having citizenship of the United a citizenship was first legislated in Article 7 of the Foraker Act of and later recognized in the Constitution of Puerto Rico.

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The first inhabitants of Puerto Rico were hunter-gatherers who reached the island more than 1, years before the arrival of the Spanish.