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Viva Guadalupe!: The Virgin in New Mexican Popular Art (edition 1997)

by Jacqueline Dunnington, Charles Mann (Photographer)

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Title:Viva Guadalupe!: The Virgin in New Mexican Popular Art
Authors:Jacqueline Dunnington
Other authors:Charles Mann (Photographer)
Info:Museum of New Mexico Press (1997), Paperback, 88 pages
Collections:art + design, women, non-fiction, Your library
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Viva Guadalupe!: The Virgin in New Mexican Popular Art by Jacqueline Dunnington

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For over three hundred years, the Virgin Mary of Guadalupe in her Mexican invocation has been celebrated in New Mexico. Our Lady of Guadalupe, the famous image of Mary in a body halo, has transcended the bounds of religion and institution to become an iconic folk symbol of the spirit that unifies and protects. This is a visual celebration of this powerful devotion and of the multi-faceted images that artists, folk artists, and everyday devotees create in the name of Nuestra Senora.

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