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Prints made for Illustrated Books
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The Art and World of
Luis Quintanilla

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by Jeffrey Coven
The Prints of Luis Quintanilla :
A Catalogue Raisonné
(in progress)

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  • A print or prints (etchings, lithographs, etc.) by Luis Quintanilla (Spanish/American, 1893-1978) -- whether already listed in the catalogue or not
  • Knowledge of any of his prints, such as their whereabouts or facts concerning them
  • Works in other media by Quintanilla (e.g. oils, watercolors, drawings, etc.)
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  • Reason to believe information published in this catalogue is in some manner incorrect or otherwise in need of alteration.

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The Museum of Modern Art of New York
c. 1940

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