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America : bride of the sun : 500 years Latin America and the Low Countries / Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp ; [catalogue final editing J. Fred Muggs, Ine Pisters, Frank Vanhaecke].

By: Muggs, J Fred
Contributor(s): Pisters, Ine | Vanhaecke, Frank | Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten (Antwerp)
Language: English Publisher: Antwerp : Imschoot; Administration of External Relations, Ministry of the Flemish Community, 1992.Description: 528p. : ill., maps, photos (many col.) ; 30cm.ISBN: 9072191625
Contents:
Contents: Heterophobic halls of mirrors: Sepúlveda's "alterization" of the Indians / Rudi Laermans; Latin America as the "Promised land": Antwerp and the Belgian emigration 1843-1890 / John Everaert; A short history of mining in Potosí / Wilson Mendieta Pacheco; Luxury furniture from Antwerp in Latin America / Ria Fabri; The conquest of the Indian soul: missionaries from the Low Countries in Spanish America (1493-1767) / John Everaert; Contributions of the Franciscan Brother Peter of Ghent to the painting and architecture of New Spain during the 16th century / Norma Lovera de Navarro; Missionary iconography on both sides of the Atlantic (Mechelen-Tunja-Cuzco) / Paul Vandenbroeck; Amerindian art and ornamental objects in royal collections: Brussels, Mechelen, Duurstede 1520-1530 / Paul Vandenbroeck; The Empress Europe and her three sisters: the symbolic representation of Europe's superiority claim in the Low Countries 1570-1655 / Ernst van den Boogaart; De Bry's Grands voyages (1590-1634): the first grand-scale European reportage on America / Bernadette J. Bucher; The indigenous element in colonial art / Teresa Gisbert; From the god with serpent-staff to the heavenly artillery / Paul Vandenbroeck; The contribution of colonial painting to the spread of the image of America / María Concepción García Sáiz; The Flemish influence in Andean art / José de Mesa; Latin American iconography of Saint James the killer of Moors / Gustavo Navarro Castro; The migration of images: inscriptions of land and body in Latin America / Charles Merewether; Ver América / Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, M. Catherine de Zegher.
Holdings
Item type Home library Collection Shelving location Call number Copy number Status Date due Barcode
Book British Museum
Africa Oceania and the Americas Closed Stacks qKUL [MUG-] (Browse shelf(Opens below)) 1 Available M24154

Published to accompany the exhibition held at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp, 1 February - 31 May, 1992.

Includes bibls.

Contents: Heterophobic halls of mirrors: Sepúlveda's "alterization" of the Indians / Rudi Laermans; Latin America as the "Promised land": Antwerp and the Belgian emigration 1843-1890 / John Everaert; A short history of mining in Potosí / Wilson Mendieta Pacheco; Luxury furniture from Antwerp in Latin America / Ria Fabri; The conquest of the Indian soul: missionaries from the Low Countries in Spanish America (1493-1767) / John Everaert; Contributions of the Franciscan Brother Peter of Ghent to the painting and architecture of New Spain during the 16th century / Norma Lovera de Navarro; Missionary iconography on both sides of the Atlantic (Mechelen-Tunja-Cuzco) / Paul Vandenbroeck; Amerindian art and ornamental objects in royal collections: Brussels, Mechelen, Duurstede 1520-1530 / Paul Vandenbroeck; The Empress Europe and her three sisters: the symbolic representation of Europe's superiority claim in the Low Countries 1570-1655 / Ernst van den Boogaart; De Bry's Grands voyages (1590-1634): the first grand-scale European reportage on America / Bernadette J. Bucher; The indigenous element in colonial art / Teresa Gisbert; From the god with serpent-staff to the heavenly artillery / Paul Vandenbroeck; The contribution of colonial painting to the spread of the image of America / María Concepción García Sáiz; The Flemish influence in Andean art / José de Mesa; Latin American iconography of Saint James the killer of Moors / Gustavo Navarro Castro; The migration of images: inscriptions of land and body in Latin America / Charles Merewether; Ver América / Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, M. Catherine de Zegher.