La Virgen de Guadalupe Defendiendo los Derechos de los Xicanos

Media - 2013.56 - SAAM-2013.56_3 - 138834
Copied Ester Hernandez, La Virgen de Guadalupe Defendiendo los Derechos de los Xicanos, 1975, etching and aquatint on paper, plate: 11 128 58 in. (29.221.9 cm) sheet: 1511 in. (38.127.9 cm), Smithsonian American Art Museum, Museum purchase through the Frank K. Ribelin Endowment, 2013.56, © 1975, Ester Hernández

Artwork Details

Title
La Virgen de Guadalupe Defendiendo los Derechos de los Xicanos
Date
1975
Location
Not on view
Dimensions
plate: 11 128 58 in. (29.221.9 cm) sheet: 1511 in. (38.127.9 cm)
Copyright
© 1975, Ester Hernández
Credit Line
Museum purchase through the Frank K. Ribelin Endowment
Mediums Description
etching and aquatint on paper
Classifications
Keywords
  • Religion — New Testament — Mary
  • State of being — other — fighting
  • Recreation — sport and play — martial arts
Object Number
2013.56

Exhibitions

Media - 2011.12 - SAAM-2011.12_1 - 77591
Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art
October 24, 2013March 2, 2014
Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art presents the rich and varied contributions of Latino artists in the United States since the mid-twentieth century, when the concept of a collective Latino identity began to emerge.

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