1-1 of 1 results  for:

  • Architecture and Urban Planning x
  • Twentieth-Century Art x
  • Pre-Columbian Art x
Clear all

Article

America’s interest in Pre-Columbian culture began to take tangible form in the 19th century. American explorer John Lloyd Stephens (1805–52) and artist Frederick Catherwood journeyed to Chiapas and the Yucatán peninsula in 1839 to describe and document Mayan ruins. Their research was published in ...