The Benson Latin American Collection

Miscellaneous Artworks

Prints, Paintings, and Drawings at the Benson Latin American Collection

Descriptive Summary

Creator Benson Latin American Collection: Miscellaneous Collections
Title Miscellaneous Artworks: Prints, Paintings, and Drawings at the Benson Latin American Collection
Dates: 1965-
Abstract An "artificial collection" of prints, paintings, drawings, and other formats collected by the Benson Latin American Collection.
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Language English and Spanish
Repository Benson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

Scope and Contents Note

The Miscellaneous Artworks holdings at the Benson Latin American Collection are divided into two series: Small Print Sets or Portfolios, and Individual Prints, Paintings, and Drawings. Each is listed in accession order, the order in which they were added to the collection.


Access Restrictions


Use Restrictions

Standard copyright restrictions apply.

Index Terms

Art, Latin American
Mexican American Art
Document Types
screen prints

Related Material

Larger collections of prints include the Ricardo and Harriett Romo Collection of Mexican American Art Prints and the Self Help Graphics Collection.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Cite as: [Print series or individual print title], Miscellaneous Posters, Prints, and Paintings, Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, the University of Texas at Austin.

Box and Folder Inventory


Small Print Sets or Portfolios

Dr. 59 Castello Yturbide, Teresa. "El Traje Indígena en México," dibujos, 1965-1968.
Incomplete copy, plates only, of the work cataloged at -Q- GZ 970.6391 C277T. Gift of Barbara and Jerry Buttrey.
Dr. 25 Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN). "Una Mirada Solidaria Con Las Comunidades Zapatistas," Zapatista Print Set of 8 silkscreen prints from the Booklyn Artists Alliance, 2010
box folder
1 Kleymeyer, Charles D. Collection of 3 Chilean arpilleras, c.1989
Dr. 25 Marin, Cheech. Cheech Marin presents The Chicano Collection. Giclée prints from 26 Chicano/a artists, 2006.
#75/115. 33 x 42 x 3", approximately 85 pounds. Call number ND 238 M4 C45 2006 LAC-Z. OCLC no. 184704366.
Portfolio includes: 1. Faceplate, 2. Cheech Marin statement, 3. Richard Duardo (printer) statement, 4. Chon Noriega essay, 5. 26 giclée prints, 6. 26 artist portraits (linocut), 7. 26 artist statements (silkscreen), 8. 1 catalog, 9. 1 DVD documentary (53 min.), 10. 1 acknowledgement page.
Donated in honor of artist Marta Sánchez.
Dr. 59 Sánchez, Marta. Transcendental Trainyard: Collaborative Suite by Marta Sánchez and Norma E. Cantú, 2006
Serigraph prints.
Dr. 25, Dr. 59 Siqueiros, David Alfaro and Pablo Neruda, Poems from Canto General,printed by Fernand Mourlot, Paris, 1968
Includes 10 prints by Siqueiros.
Gift of Dr. Ricardo and Dr. Harriett Romo.
Dr. 28 Student posters on Chicano art, 2007
13 student posters created by the ARH 361 Topics in Chicano and Latino Art class for the unveiling of the sculpture of César Chávez on 9 October 2007. The posters were on display in a "reflection room" during the unveiling ceremonies.
Dr. 58 Zapata, Claudia. Collection of 10 fine art prints from the Serie Project.
Gift of Claudia Zapata.
2 Royal Chicano Air Force / Galeria de la Raza prints, 1977-1978
Includes "La Historia de California, 1977," "Calendario Chicano, 1978," and "Calendario de Amor, 1978."


Miscellaneous Individual Prints, Paintings, and Drawings

box folder
3 Borges, J. "A Lutapela Saúde das Crianças" undated
Woodcut printing block.
box folder
1 Burciaga, José Antonio. "Cultura," 1979
[Folder with prints and texts]
Capistran, Juan. "What We Want, What We Believe: Toward a Higher Fidelity" 2014
["Takeaway" print located in oversized folder]
From exhibition at the University of Texas Department of Art & Art History's Visual Arts Center.
Nájera, Héctor. Pajarraco rojo, 1997
60 x 80 cm.
Donated by the Grupo Atanor of Guadalajara.
1 Peña, Amado Maurilio Jr. "Es mejor morir de pie que vivir de rodillas —General Zapata," 1974
Serigraph, matted, 24 x 18 in.
Donated by Danny and Barbara Vinson in memory of Tom Allen.
Peña, Amado Maurilio Jr. "Homenaje al Centenario" c. 1983
Boycott Campbell's / Cream of Exploitation Soup print, undated
Guatemalan Military "Silence" prints, undated
[3 prints]
Godigna, Mery. "El Dorado" prints, 2012
[7 prints]
Misión Cumplida. film lobby card, 1970
Capistran, Juan. "What We Want, What We Believe, Towards a Higher Fidelity," 2014
Alvarez, Melchor. (lithographer). "S. Pedro de la Villa de Tacubaya," undated
Villegas, Teresa. "Loteria, An Exploration of Mexico," 2003