DE GRAZIA PAINTS CABEZA DE VACA. The First non-Indian in Texas, New Mexico and Arizona 1527-1536

Tucson: De Graza Gallery in the Sun, 1973. de Grazia, Ted. First edition. Hardcover. 4to. Signed and dated in the year of publication by the author, marked 1/1. Nearly 450 years ago, the Spanish conquistador, Cabeza de Vaca, traveled into what now is the southwestern United States. He lived for a time among the Indians there and learned to understand and love them. Here, gathered together are de Grazia's paintings of the de Vaca trek. Among them are oils, watercolors, black and white sketches, china, enamels, and bronzes. These works, when arranged in order, tell the entire story of de Vaca and his companions. 69 pages. Bound in red leatherette spine with cream colored boards, a fine copy in a near fine, price-clipped jacket. Item #14125

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