Item #C000028604 Collection of 5 monographs on Spanish Artists published by the Spanish Pavilion at the NY World's Fair, 1964-65, each with an original drawing by famous Pittsburgh artist VIRGIL CANTINI. 1) Vaquero Turcios 2) Pablo Serrano 3) Manolo Molezun 4) Amadeo Gabino 5) Jose Luis Sanchez. Jose Hierro VIRGIL CANTINI interest. Jose Maria Moreno Galvan, Jose Luis Fernandez del Amo, Juan Ramirez de Lucas.
Collection of 5 monographs on Spanish Artists published by the Spanish Pavilion at the NY World's Fair, 1964-65, each with an original drawing by famous Pittsburgh artist VIRGIL CANTINI. 1) Vaquero Turcios 2) Pablo Serrano 3) Manolo Molezun 4) Amadeo Gabino 5) Jose Luis Sanchez
Collection of 5 monographs on Spanish Artists published by the Spanish Pavilion at the NY World's Fair, 1964-65, each with an original drawing by famous Pittsburgh artist VIRGIL CANTINI. 1) Vaquero Turcios 2) Pablo Serrano 3) Manolo Molezun 4) Amadeo Gabino 5) Jose Luis Sanchez
Collection of 5 monographs on Spanish Artists published by the Spanish Pavilion at the NY World's Fair, 1964-65, each with an original drawing by famous Pittsburgh artist VIRGIL CANTINI. 1) Vaquero Turcios 2) Pablo Serrano 3) Manolo Molezun 4) Amadeo Gabino 5) Jose Luis Sanchez
Collection of 5 monographs on Spanish Artists published by the Spanish Pavilion at the NY World's Fair, 1964-65, each with an original drawing by famous Pittsburgh artist VIRGIL CANTINI. 1) Vaquero Turcios 2) Pablo Serrano 3) Manolo Molezun 4) Amadeo Gabino 5) Jose Luis Sanchez

Collection of 5 monographs on Spanish Artists published by the Spanish Pavilion at the NY World's Fair, 1964-65, each with an original drawing by famous Pittsburgh artist VIRGIL CANTINI. 1) Vaquero Turcios 2) Pablo Serrano 3) Manolo Molezun 4) Amadeo Gabino 5) Jose Luis Sanchez

Madrid: Oficinia de Publicaciones de la Comisaria General de Espana para la Feria Mundial de Nueva York 1964-1965, 1964. Hardcover. 5 volumes, all quarto, cloth spines, impressed heavy cardboard covers, glossy paper contents, illustrated in b&w, unpaginated, ca. 65-75 pp. each, with dust jackets, each in very good condition, and each with a b&w elaborate drawing of a sun-face or sunflower in black ink, signed and dated 1965 by VIRGIL CANTINI -- on the flyleaf of each volume. Cantini (1919-2009) was a longtime resident of Pittsburgh and a nationally known artist, sculptor and enamelist. Very Good / very good. Item #C000028604

Price: $128.00