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New Mexican Art

Historic, hand-carved and painted wooden santos, bultos, retablos, crosses, boxes and chests, historic New Mexico tinwork -frames, crosses, sconces, keepsake boxes and light fixtures, New Mexico Folk Art figures by Felipe Benito Archuleta, Leroy Archuleta and others, Penitente objects, woodcarvings by Patrocino Barela, Jose Dolores Lopez, George Lopez, Celso Gallegos and others


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A rare, historic New Mexican tin, glass and wallpaper devotional frame or “Retablo” by Jose Maria Apodaca, c.1890

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A large New Mexico folk art carved and painted wooden Tom turkey by Felipe Benito Archuleta,1977

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A fantastic New Mexican folk art  carved wooden jackrabbit by Felipe Benito Archuleta, 1979


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A rare, matched pair of historic New Mexican tin and glass frames containing fancy, multi-colored wallpaper, circa 1880-1885

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A beautiful historic New Mexico wooden Folk Art

Devotional cross inlaid with straw and old wood popsicle sticks by Ernesto Valdez, Dixon, NM, c.1940’s-50’s


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A historic New Mexican tin and glass retablo

by Higinio Valentin Gonzales, circa 1880-1890


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A beautiful Northern New Mexico tin candle

sconce, Rio Arriba Workshop, c.1875-80


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A large New Mexican tin and glass frame

or retablo by the Valencia Red and Green

tin workshop, c.1890-1900


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A historic New Mexico tin and glass retablo,

Rio Arriba Tin Workshop, c.1890-1900


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A rare, historic New Mexican tinwork,

reverse-painted glass and wallpaper frame or “Retablo” by The Rio Arriba Tin Workshop, c.1890


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A large New Mexico tin and reverse-painted glass

frame made by the Isleta Tin Workshop, c.1900


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A historic New Mexican round tinwork frame or

“Retablo” with a holy card of the apostle St. Andrew

by The Rio Arriba Tin Workshop, c.1890’s


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Two WPA-Style New Mexico hand-carved wood

treasure or document boxes, c. 1940’s-50’s


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An outstanding WPA-Period New Mexico hand-carved wood picture frame signed by Joseph Sena, 1937


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A beautifully hand-carved and painted wooden figure of Jesus Christ by New Mexico Santero, Luis Tapia, 1990


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A unique vintage New Mexico Folk Art wooden church sculpture or architectural model with a pressed tin roof, c. 1920’s


ex: Carlos Vierra Estate, Santa Fe, New Mexico


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An extraordinary and extremely large historic New Mexican carved wooden bulto or Santo of “San Pedro” or Saint Peter, The Apostle

by George T. Lopez, Cordova, New Mexico, c. 1950’s


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An exceptionally beautiful and extremely well-made WPA-Period Taos, New Mexico hand-carved three-arm wooden candelabra, possibly by Maximo (Max) Luna, c. 1930’s-40’s


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