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AHIS128_07 - The Indigenous Presence in Colonial Art...

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The Indigenous Presence in Colonial Art: Featherwork and Murals
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Juxtaposition : Side by side Convergence : Coincidence of meanings Synchretism : Fusion that creates a new hybrid form The Indigenous Presence in Colonial Art
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Featherwork ( amanteca ) Mural painting ( tlacuilo ) The Indigenous Presence in Colonial Art: Featherwork and Murals
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Codex Mendoza, Mexico, 1541-2. From section 2.
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Feather-working scenes (“amanteca”), in Bernardino de Sahagún and others, Florentine Codex , Book 9, 1550s–1570s
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“Moctezuma’s” quetzal-feather crown ( kopilli ketzalli) , Museum für Völkerkunde, Vienna
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Mexica feather shields (chimalli)
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Codex Mendoza, Mexico, 1541-2. Mexica feather shields
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Mexica Ahuizotl feather shield (chimalli) , ca. 1325–1521
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Mexica Ahuizotl feather shield (chimalli) , ca. 1325–1521, detail
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Christ Pantocrator, featherwork, Mexico, 16th century
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Feather miter (bishop’s headdress), Mexico, before 1571 In collection of Ferdinando I de Medici
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Feather miter (bishop’s headdress), Mexico, before 1571 In collection of Ferdinando I de Medici
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Feather miter (bishop’s headdress), Mexico, before 1571 In collection of Ferdinando I de Medici
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Feather miter (bishop’s headdress), Mexico, before 1571 In collection of Ferdinando I de Medici
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Feather infulae, Mexico, before 1571
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Mass of St. Gregory , featherwork, Mexico, 1539 Arms of Christ: symbols of the Passion, such as the column, whip, three nails, money paid to Judas Pope Gregory, 7th century: miraculous apparition of Christ as Man of Sorrows to confront doubt about miracle of transubstantiation Made as a gift for Pope Paul III
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(l) featherwork, Mexico, 1539 (r) Israel van Meckenem, copperplate engraving, ca. 1490-5
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