Photo, Print, Drawing Felix Lopez, artist, at home and in studio, La Mesilla, New Mexico
About this Item
- Felix Lopez, artist, at home and in studio, La Mesilla, New Mexico
- Kalb, Laurie Beth (Research team member)
- Fleischhauer, Carl (Photographer)
Created / Published
- La Mesilla, New Mexico, June 22, 1984
- - Folklore--New Mexico
- - Photographs
- - Ethnography
- - United States -- New Mexico -- La Mesilla
- - Note: Online digital image numbers may be offset by 1 or 2 digits from the film negative frame numbers.
- - Index data: Frame numbers and descriptions: at the home and studio of the artist Felix Lopez, La Mesilla NM: 2-4, figure of San Pedro Apostol carved by Felix Lopez; 6-8, crucifix in progress, this has been coated with gesso, not painted, Lopez gathers "wild" gypsum to make his gesso; 9-10, fieldworker Laurie Kalb interviews Felix Lopez; 11-19, views of the studio interior; 11, east wall; 13, back (south) wall; 17, west wall; 20-22, cupboard that Lopez had recently found at a yard sale or some such, fieldworker's notes indicate that Lopez had painted this item, displayed on the cupboard is a coated with gesso figure of Saint Francis (??); 23-25, living room at the front of the house; 26-28, house exterior, front; 29-30, horno (outdoor oven), newly built, just east of the house; 31-32, exterior east wall of the studio/added room; 33, house from back; 34, wood, fieldworker's notes indicate that Lopez planned to use this material in future works of art; 35, piece of the gypsum Lopez collects to make gesso; 36-37, Felix Lopez.
- - Note: Film roll numbers assigned by processing lab; in the 1984 shooting sequence for 35mm black-and-white film, this is roll 2 of 11.
- 35 mm black-and-white film negatives
Call Number/Physical Location
- Call number: AFC 1991/032: 226152-02
- New Mexico Folklife Project collection (AFC 1991/032)
- American Folklife Center
IIIF Presentation Manifest
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Credit line: New Mexico Folklife Project collection (AFC 1991/032), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
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Kalb, Laurie Beth, and Carl Fleischhauer. Felix Lopez, artist, at home and in studio, La Mesilla, New Mexico. United States La Mesilla New Mexico, 1984. La Mesilla, New Mexico. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1991032_226152_02/.
APA citation style:
Kalb, L. B. & Fleischhauer, C. (1984) Felix Lopez, artist, at home and in studio, La Mesilla, New Mexico. United States La Mesilla New Mexico, 1984. La Mesilla, New Mexico. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1991032_226152_02/.
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Kalb, Laurie Beth, and Carl Fleischhauer. Felix Lopez, artist, at home and in studio, La Mesilla, New Mexico. La Mesilla, New Mexico. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/afc1991032_226152_02/>.