CUADERNOS DE BELLAS ARTES. Ano IV, No. 5
Place Published: México, D.F
Publisher: Secretaría de Educación Pública, Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes
Date Published: Mayo de 1963
Size: 17cm x 22cm
Book Id: 92769
b/w plates, illus., color illus. wrps
Monthly issue dedicated to the fine arts in Mexico. Published años 1-5, enero 1960-1964. Dates: año 1, no. 1 (agosto 1960) - ceased with Año 4, no. 12 (dic. 1964). The covers and illustrations with original artwork by noted and emerging artists of the period. Francisco A. de Icaza, por Andres Henestrosa, Las mujeres en Goya por Jacinto Luis Guereña. Cover: Antonio Alvarez Cuadernos de Bellas Artes is the fourth publication that gave birth to the National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature (INBA), after Mexico in the Art in its early period (1948-1952), Bellas Artes (1956-1957) and Las Letters Patrias (1954-1959). The first issue of Cuadernos de Bellas Artes was published in August 1960 and the last in November 1964. Cuadernos de Bellas Artes is characterized, among other things, by its covers. Paintings by Mexican and foreign artists are used to present each issue of this magazine. generally in the interior of this copy is an essay about the author of the cover. We find creations by Raúl Anguiano, Juan Soriano, José Chávez Morado, David Antón, Zurbarán, Leonora Carrington, Francisco Montero Capdevila, Rafael Coronel, Alberto Gironella, Manuel Granados, Roberto Montenegro, José Reyes Meza, Remedios Varo, Eugene Delacroix, Matías Goeritz, among others. The magazine underwent some changes of direction and writing. In number 2, September 1960, Hugo Argüelles disappears and Diego de Meza remains the only editor. In January 1962, Elías Nandino assumed the position, and the editorial secretary was Mario Duncan. Ramón Puyol was artistic director throughout the life of the publication.