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