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TitleArtist, Date, Origin, Medium
"Title Page from Nova Reperta" Johannes Stradanus<br> from Nova Reperta published in Antwerp<br> 1600<br> Flanders
"Amerigo Vespucci Awakens a Sleeping America" Johannes Stradanus<br> from Nova Reperta published in Antwerp<br> 1600<br> Flanders
"Bolivar on Horseback" Arayo Gomez<br> 1857<br> Chile
"Napoleon Crossing the Alps" David<br> 1801<br> France
"Portrait of Bolivar" (pencil drawing) Jose' Maria Espinosa<br> 1828 or 1829<br> Colombia
"Bolivar: Portrait of the Liberator" Jose' Maria Espinosa<br> 1864<br> Colombia
"Portrait of Simon Bolivar in Lima" Jose Gil Castro<br> 1835<br> Peru
"Portrait Liberator Augustin de Iturbide" Anonymous 1822<br> Mexico???
"Portrait of Policarpa Salavarrieta" Epifanio Garay Caicedo<br> 19th century<br> Colombia?
"Policarpa Salavarrieta Goes to Her Execution" Anonymous<br> 19th Century<br> Colombia?
"Riding to Bogota with the Liberation Army" Francisco de Paulo Al'varez<br> 19th century<br> Colombia
"Allegory of the Departure of Dom Pedro II for Europe after the Declaration of the Republic" Anonymous<br> 1890<br> Brazil?
"Virgin of the Hill with Charles V" Anonymous<br> 1740<br> Peru???<br> Oil on canvas
"Simon Bolivar" A. Leclerc<br> 1819<br> ???
"Here is Your Liberator" Dubois<br> 19th century<br> ???
"Simon Bolivar, Liberator and Father of the Nation" Pedro Jose Pigueroa<br> 1819<br> Colombia
"The Martyr Olaya" Jose Gil de Castro<br> 1823<br> Peru
"Torture of Cuahtemoc" Leandro Izaguirre<br> 1893<br> Mexico
"Friar Bartolome de las Casas" Felix Parra<br> 1875<br> Mexico
"Miranda in La Carraca" Arturo Michelena<br> 1896<br> Venezuela
"The Guitar Player" Jose Ferraz de Almeida Junior<br> 1899<br> Brazil
"The Indian Potter" Francisco Laso<br> 1855<br> Peru
"Dusk" Juan Manuel Blanes<br> n.d.<br> Uruguay
"The Huntress of the Andes" Felipe Santiago Gutie'rrez<br> 1891<br> Mexico
"The Wave" William-Adolphe Bouguereau<br> 1896<br> France
"Columbus Before the Catholic Monarchs" Juan Cordero<br> 1850<br> Mexico
"Coronation of Napoleon" David<br> 1808<br> France
"Discovery of Pulque" Jose Maria Obregon<br> n.d.<br> Mexico
"Voyage of the Pictoresque" Humboldt<br> 1810<br> Germany
"View in the Environs of Lima" Johan Moritz Rugendas<br> 1843<br> Germany
"Valley of Mexico" Jose Maria Velasco<br> 1875<br> Mexico
"The Valley of Mexico" Eugenio Landesio<br> 1855 c<br> Italy
"View of the Valley of Mexico from the Hill of Santa Isabel" Jose Maria Velasco<br> 1877<br> Mexico
"Eagle and Cactus" Anonymous<br> 1834<br> Mexican??
"Codex Mendoza" Anonymous<br> 1541-42 c<br> ???<br> Manuscript
"El Citlaltepetl" Jose Maria Velasco<br> 1879<br> Mexico
"View of the Valley of Mexico" Daniel Thomase Egerton<br> 1837<br> England
"Gust of Wind at the Summit, Iztaccihuatl" Daniel Thomas Egerton<br> n.d.<br> England
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