Our Lady of Guadalupe
Unknown Mexican, Mexican
Spanish Colonial-early 20th century
Oil on tin
Overall: 13 3/8 × 9 5/8 in. (34 × 24.5 cm)
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: The Alice Cox Collection, Class of 1939hW
Place Made: Mexico, North America
Not on view
REL 51, Virgin of Guadalupe, Elizabeth Perez, Winter 2013
REL 7, Dark Goddesses and Black Madonnas, Elizabeth Perez, Winter 2013
GOVT 49.04, LACS 52.01, WGSS 31.01, Sex and the State: Latin America, Lisa Baldez, Fall 2019
A Space for Dialogue 80, Visions of the Virgin: Manifestations of Mary and Personal Devotion, Jessica Womack, Class of 2014, Levinson Intern, Main Lobby, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, January 25 - March 9, 2014.
Jessica Womack, Class of 2014, Levinson Intern, A Space for Dialogue 80, Visions of the Virgin: Manifestations of Mary and Personal Devotion, Hanover, New Hampshire: 2014, checklist.
Collected by Alice Macy Ray Cox (1891-1975) (widow of Dartmouth English Professor Sidney Hayes Cox, 1889-1952), 1930s-1940s; given to her daughter, Barbara Alden Cox Vallarino (Mrs. Joaquin Jose Vallarino Jr., Dartmouth Class of 1943W); given to present collection, 1977.
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