Jar, ca. 1700. Hispanic
Society of America.
  Entry of Viceroy Archbishop Morcillo into Potosí, 1718.
Museo de América.
 

Virgin of the Mountain of Potosí, 1720. Museo Nacional de Arte, La Paz.

  Decorative Sculpture with Olmec Mask, ca. 1720. Bayerische Verwaltung der staatlichen Schlösser, Gärten und Seen.
 
             
Cofradía emblem, 1723.
Museo Popol Vuh.
  Don Marcos Chiquathopa,
1740-45. Museo Inka.
  El Carmen, 1728.
Antigua, Guatemala.
  Cloister, Convent of Las Capuchinas, ca. 1730.
Antigua, Guatemala.
 
 
 
             
Saltillo Serape, ca. 1725-75. Dallas Museum of Art, USA.
  Portrait of a Ñusta, early
18th c. Museo Inka.
 

Chapel of the Rosary,
mid-18th c. Quito, Ecuador.

  Saint Christopher Medal, ca.
1750-77. Florida Museum of Natural History.
           
Santiago Matamoros, ca. 1750. New Orleans Museum of Art.   Christ of the Earthquakes,
1750-70. Museo de Arte
de Lima.
  San Antonio Concepción,
1740-55. San Antonio.
Portrait of an Indian Lady, 1757. Museo Franz Mayer.
             
Ex-voto with obraje,
18th c. Museo Soumaya.
  Portrait of doña Mariana Belsunse y Salasar, mid to late 18th c. Brooklyn Museum of Art.   Casa de la Moneda,
1759-1773. Potosí,
Bolivia.
  The Precious Blood
of Christ, 18th c. Museo
Nacional del Virreinato.
 
 
 
             
Nun’s Shield, 18th c.
Museo Soumaya.
  Archangel Gabriel,
ca. 1770-1795.
New Orleans Museum of Art.
  Casta Painting, 1777.
Real Academia Española.
  Union of the Inka royal family with the houses of Loyola and Borgia, 18th c. Museo Pedro de Osma.
 
 
 
             
Reliquary of the Virgin Coronada, 18th c. Banco Central de Ecuador.   Coffee pot, ca. 1780. IFAF-MOIFA   Cockfight, La obra del Obispo Martinez Compañon sobre Trujillo del Perú en el Siglo XVIII, ca. 1780. Biblioteca de la Palacio Real, Madrid.

  Calvary, 18th c. Museo Franz Mayer.
 
 
 
             
Mexican Chippendale Chair, mid to late 18th c. San Antonio Museum of Art.   Royal Botanical Expedition of the Kingdom of New Granada, ca. 1783. Biblioteca del Real Jardín Botaníco.   Coatlicue, 1792. New York
Public Library.
  Lady’s Stirrup, late 18th-early 19th c. Brooklyn Museum of Art.


 
 
Copyright 2005, Dana Leibsohn and Barbara Mundy
Please credit as: Leibsohn, Dana, and Barbara Mundy, Vistas: Spanish American Visual Culture, 1520-1820.
http://www.smith.edu/vistas, 2005.