New Mexico Art Tells its History

Art and Architecture

The artwork  produced  in New Mexico has been influenced by three cultures and by the unique qualities of  the region’s communities and natural environment. New Mexico has a rich and distinctive architectural history, from the prehistoric great houses of the Anasazi to the most progressive architects of today.

Related Art

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Germantown Double Saddle BlanketOur Lady of Mount CarmelViva La Fiesta (Zozobra)The Springtime RainbowTaos HousesThe Garden of EdenBerkeley #15Ramagir 1983Large Blue IrisPueblo BonitoRuins - Chetro Ketl, Chaco Canyon 1982Christmas Eve, Taos PuebloSanta Fe HillsSocorro Court HouseSpanish VillageNew Art Museum - ChapmanSan Felipe MissionLa Fonda (postcard)Amelia Beard Hollenback HouseUntitled (Couple in Front of Cristo Rey Church)Oil Can ResidenceAntoine PredockBart PrinceMichael ReynoldsIndian PuebloThe Awakening

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