Featuring our current exhibition Seasons of Ceremonies: Rites and Rituals in Guatemala and Mexico ~ photographs by William Frej, as well as Spanish Colonial and pre-Columbian works.
Attributed to Diego Quispé Tito(1611-1681)Virgin of the Mystic Rose, c. 1675Oil on canvas  63 x 45 inches69 x 51 inches framedProvenance:Private Collection, Carmel, CA Diego Quispé Tito (1611–1681) was a Quechua painter who is considered the founder of the Cuzco School. His work is done in the style of Spanish Mannerism and Flemish painting. He is believed to have ...
 Please enjoy this virtual walkthrough of our October, 2020 exhibition featuring photographs by William Frej.
A French-Japanese painter and printmaker credited with being the “first Japanese artist to free that country’s art of its legendary and classic image”, Tsuguharu Foujita spent most of his career in Paris, where he was associated with revolutionary artists including Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque and Henri Rousseau. However, Foujita often returned to his native county ...
The power and wealth of the Spanish monarchy and Catholic Church was embodied in the resplendent vestments and furnishing used by the churches and monasteries of Colonial Latin America. Some were excess vestments sent from Spanish churches, while others were special commissions financed by the colonial bishoprics or paid for by alms and tithes from ...
Join Peyton Wright Gallery at the 31st Annual Whitehawk Ethnographic Art Show August 14-15 from 10am-5pm. We’ll be in booths 15-17 at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center, at 201 W. Marcy Street. You’ll find exceptional Spanish Colonial, Historic New Mexican, and Precolumbian artifacts, textiles, silver, paintings, sculpture, and furniture.