Converging cultures : art and identity in Spanish America / edited by Diana Fane.
By: Fane, Diana
Contributor(s): Brooklyn MuseumLanguage: English Publisher: New York : Brooklyn Museum in association with Harry N. Abrams, 1996.Description: 320p. : ill., plates (many col.) ; 30cm.ISBN: 0872731340
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Published by the Brooklyn Museum to accompany a touring exhibition of the same name, March 1996 to June 1997. - Bibl.: p.308-310. - Contents: Foreword / R.T. Buck; From Precolumbien to modern art at the Brooklyn Museum, 1930-50 / D. Fane; European painting and the art of the new world colonies / Edward J. Sullivan; The Viceroyalty of new Spain. The Monarchía Indiana in 17th century New Spain / E. Umberger; From New Spain to New Mexico: art and culture on the northern frontier / Donna Pierce; The Algara Romero de Terreros Collection: a Mexican aristocratic family in the colonial era / K.L. Stayton; The Viceroyalty pf Peru. Textiles as cultural memory: Andean garments in the colonial period / Elena J. Phipps; A tale of two cities: Cuzco, Lima and the consruction of colonial representation / T. Cummins; The renewal of old world images and the creation of colonial Peruvian visual culture / Carolyn Dean.