Dive into the always inventive, often surprising Catholic imagery of the Virgin Mary and the archangels from 17th- and 18th-century colonial Latin America.
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This exhibition is offered to the general public for free during voluntary donation, free-access hours from 3–9 pm each Wednesday, from 6–10 pm on the First Friday of each month, and the second weekend of each month from 10am–5pm on Saturday and noon–5 pm on Sunday.
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Left: Sin título (Untitled), 18th century. Oil on canvas. Gift of Gerry S. Culpepper.
Middle: Arcángel Salamiel (Archangel Salamiel), c. 1675-1790. Sterling silver repoussé with gold vermeil. Gift of Diane and Bruce Halle.
Right: El Arcángel Salamiel con Arcabuz (The Archangel Salamiel with a Musket) (detail), 19th century. Oil on canvas. Gift of Gerry S. Culpepper.