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  • Take A Closer Look Neutrogena Collection
    Take A Closer Look Selections from The Neutrogena Collection Plateau Bag Parfleche Envelope Portable Shrine Retablo Miniature drop front cabinet with drawers Ceremonial panel Sashiko Coat

    Original URL path: http://www.internationalfolkart.org/about/treasurechest/closerlook/index.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • Internet resources for Textiles

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    Original URL path: /exhibitions/quilts.html (2016-02-12)


  • MOIFA | Folk Art Flea 2015
    New Condition Ethnic Apparel clean hangers much appreciated No furs Jewelry Toys lead free in working order or toys for display only Kitchen accessories including linens bowls platters and other items that fall into the folk art category i e no toaster ovens or appliances Art framed and stand alone pieces Ceramics Textiles Linens Rugs clean Masks carvings figures Lamps Lighting fixtures Small furnishings tables cabinets Anything folk If you have large items more than you are able to carry or want to donate NOW call the Folk Art Flea hotline at 505 476 1201 so we can make the arrangements Early Bird Flea Friends of Folk Art Members Only Time to be announced Saturday May 7 2016 Not a memebr yet Join the Friends of Folk Art by calling 505 982 6366 ext 100 7th Annual Folk Art Flea 10am to 4pm Saturday May 7 2016 A dazzling array of gently used folk art clothing house wares pottery masks toys and more at incredible bargain prices All proceeds benefit exhibitions and educational programs at MOIFA All sales final no refunds or returns HUGE SELECTION of one of a kind treasures from across the globe all at BARGAIN PRICES Toys

    Original URL path: http://www.internationalfolkart.org/folkartflea.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Cerámica y Cultura ~ Education
    by Aurelia Gomez Cerámica y Cultura The Story of Spanish and Mexican Mayólica Teacher Resource Guide for grades K 12 Download Curriculum 909kb PDF file You will need Acrobat Reader to view the Curriculum If you don t have Adobe

    Original URL path: http://www.internationalfolkart.org/mayolica/education-en.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Cerámica y Cultura ~ Bibliography

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    Original URL path: /mayolica/bibliography-en.html (2016-02-12)


  • Cerámica y Cultura ~ Credits
    Paulina Gámez Martínez Antonia Casanovas Jaume Coll Conesa Patricia Fournier María Concepción García Saíz Gloria Giffords Antonio Librero Pajuelo Margaret Connors McQuade María Paz Soler Translation James K Gavin Martha Alexandra Greenway Palacio Lenders to the On Line Exhibition Archivo General de las Indias Seville Judith Espinar and Tom Dillenberg Mr and Mrs Larry Frank Gloria Giffords Michael Haskell The Heard Museum Phoenix The International Folk Art Foundation IFAF Florence Lister Metropolitan Museum of Art New York Museum of Indian Arts and Culture a unit of the Museum of New Mexico Santa Fe MIAC MNM Museum of International Folk Art a unit of the Museum of New Mexico Santa Fe MOIFA MNM Museum of Spanish Colonial Art Santa Fe Museu de Ceràmica Barcelona Museo Franz Mayer Mexico City Museo José Luis Bello Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia Puebla Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas Madrid Museo Nacional de Cerámica y de las Artes Suntuarias Gonzalez Martí Valencia Museo Naval Madrid Peabody Essex Museum Salem The Taylor Museum of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Colorado Springs Tucson Museum of Art Tucson Any views findings conclusions or recommendations expressed in this exhibition do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment

    Original URL path: http://www.internationalfolkart.org/mayolica/credits-en.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Cerámica y Cultura ~ Origins of Mayólica
    In the 9th century a remarkable discovery was made by adding tin oxide to the lead glaze an opaque white surface was created that could both cover the clay color and be used as a paint surface This discovery allowed potters to imitate the appearance of costly Chinese porcelain in earthenware The Spanish term mayólica is synonymous with maiolica majolica faience and delftware In Spain and Mexico it is often

    Original URL path: http://www.internationalfolkart.org/mayolica/origins-en.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Cerámica y Cultura ~ Trade & Transformation
    mayólica production to Spain For the next 500 years mayólica made in Spain was based primarily on Islamic design Following the completion of the reconquest of Spain by the Christians in 1492 and the subsequent expulsion of the Muslims which culminated in 1609 artistic influences from other areas began to take hold Italian Chinese and French ceramics proved to have the greatest impact on the Spanish potter s art Spain

    Original URL path: http://www.internationalfolkart.org/mayolica/trade-en.html (2016-02-12)
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