Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
Number of pages: 154
Weight: 1280 g
Dimensions: 215 x 280 x 21 mm
"This book will make an excellent enticement gift for an out-of-area friend who needs luring to New Mexico."
"It is a beautiful, beautiful book with an inspired text by Art Gmez, one which may tempt even more equity immigrants to move to New Mexico."
"A coffee-table book featuring gorgeous photographs of New Mexico--but which also contains a concise yet comprehensive history of the state . . . visually stunnning."
"Pictures of the landscapes, people, rural architecture, and wildlife taken in every corner of the state make up "New Mexico: Images of a Land & Its People," the newest offering by prolific Santa Fe photographer Lucian Niemeyer."
"The presigious University of New Mexico Press has outdone itself. Always a publisher of wonderful books, this latest offering from Niemeyer and Gómez exceeds even UNMP's high standars for excellence. You will treasure this beautiful book."
"If you've ever wondered what makes New Mexico so enchanting, catch a glimpse of the awe-inspiring beauty captured by Lucian Niemeyer's camera. The photos are bound to have you calling up your travel agent for the first flight out to this border state, and Art Gmez's historical treatise is sure to excite you the entire plane ride over."
"The photos are a collection of postcard landscapes, cowboys, Indian ruins, wildlife, flowers. A Santa Fe street scene, a log cabin, Truchas in a storm. The Plains of San Agustín, one of our nearest Empty Quarters. It's enough to make you want to gas up and hit the road. Let the text, pictures, and bibliography pique your interest and guide you deeper into discovering New Mexico yourself."
"A comprehensive photographic overview of modern New Mexico by Lucian Niemeyer, accompanied by a nicely paced historical essay by Art Gmez, is offered in "New Mexico: Images of a Land and Its People," With its stunning images and brisk prose, this is the essential book for New Mexico lovers."
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