Paez-de espanol e india
Jose de Páez
New Spain, 1720-1790
De Español e India produce Mestizo, from series of Mexican Castes, ca. 1780
Oil on canvas, h. 36 in. (91 cm); w. 41 in. (104.5 cm)
Private Collection
Photography by Minerva Morales
II-9 Esquivel y Serruto MNH A
Ignacio María Barreda
New Spain, late 18th century
María Manuela Esquivel y Serruto, 1794
Oil on canvas, h. 29 in. (81 cm); w. 37 in. (61 cm)
Museo Nacional de Historia, 10-233550, Secretaría de Cultura, INAH, MX. Mexico City.
Photography by Francisco Kochen
The Mystical City of God
Cristóbal de Villapando
New Spain, 1645-1714
The Mystical City of God (La Ciudad mística de Dios), 1706
Oil on canvas, h. 71 in. (180 cm); w. 45 in. (114 cm)
Museo de Guadalupe, 10-4996, Scretaría de Cultura, INAH, MX. Zacatecas, México.
Photography by Francisco Kochen
III A-13 Sor Ma. Antonia
Artist unknown
New Spain
Sister María Antonia of the Immaculate Conception (Sor María Antonia de la Purísima Concepción), late 18th century
Oil on canvas, h. 47 in. (120 cm); w. 37 in. (95 cm)
Museo Nacional del Virreinato,, 168030, Secretaría de Cultura, INAH, MX. Tepotzotlán, México.
Photography by Francisco Kochen
85 José de Paez. La destrucción de la misión de San Saba
José de Páez
New Spain, 1720-1790
Martyrdom of Franciscans at Mission San Saba (El Matirio de los Franciscanos en la Misión de San Sabá), ca. 1765
Oil on canvas, h. 93 in. (237 cm); w. 126 in. (527.5 cm)
Museo Nacional de Arte, Secretaría de Cultura, INBA, MX. Mexico City.
III_C-8_open_A_de_viaje
Artist unknown
New Spain
Virgin of Guadalupe with Four Apparitions (Virgen de Guadalupe con las Cuatro Apariciones), mid-18th century
Oil on copper foil, embossed silver applications, h. 17 ½ in. (44 cm); w. 23 ¼ in. (59 cm); d. 2 in. (5 cm)
Fundación Cultural Daniel Liebsohn, A.C. Mexico City.
Photography by Francisco Kochen


 

San Antonio 1718: Art from Viceregal Mexico is organized by the San Antonio Museum of Art and curated by Marion Oettinger, Curator of Latin American Art.

San Antonio 1718 is presented in collaboration with Mexico’s Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH).

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The exhibition is generously funded by Bexar County, the William and Salomé Scanlan Foundation, Patsy Steves, the Robert J. Kleberg, Jr. and Helen C. Kleberg Foundation, NuStar Energy, the Greehy Family Foundation, and Myfe White Moore. This exhibition is supported by the City of San Antonio’s Department of Arts & Culture. Support for the San Antonio 1718 catalogue was provided by the Russell Hill Rogers Fund for the Arts.

 

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