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Virgin of Guadalupe (La Virgen de Guadalupe), 1691 (oil on canvas)

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Virgin of Guadalupe (La Virgen de Guadalupe), 1691 (oil on canvas)

3432747 Virgin of Guadalupe (La Virgen de Guadalupe), 1691 (oil on canvas) by Arellano, Manuel de (1662-1722); 181.45x123.38 cm; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA, USA; (add.info.: In 1531 the Virgin Mary is believed to have appeared to the converted Indian Juan Diego at the hill of Tepeyac, north of Mexico City. She sent him to Bishop Juan de ZumAarraga so he could build a church for her. The bishop twice refused to believe Juan Diego so the Virgin instructed him to gather rare flowers for the bishop as proof. When Juan Diego unfolded his cloak filled with the flowers the image of the Virgin was imprinted on his tunic.); Mexican, out of copyright

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This print showcases the iconic "Virgin of Guadalupe (La Virgen de Guadalupe)" painting by Manuel de Arellano, created in 1691. Measuring an impressive 181.45x123.38 cm, this oil on canvas masterpiece is housed at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in California, USA. The image depicts a significant event in Mexican religious history that occurred in 1531. According to legend, the Virgin Mary appeared to Juan Diego, a converted Indian, at Tepeyac hill near Mexico City. Instructing him to build a church for her with Bishop Juan de Zumárraga's help, she provided miraculous proof by imprinting her image on his tunic when he presented rare flowers as evidence. This painting holds immense cultural and spiritual significance as it symbolizes the deep-rooted devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe within Mexican society and beyond. It represents not only faith but also resilience and unity among believers. As one gazes upon this artwork, they are transported back in time to witness this extraordinary encounter between divinity and humanity. The vibrant colors and intricate details bring forth a sense of awe and reverence towards the Virgin Mary. Through its portrayal of love, miracles, biblical references from both Old Testament prophecies and New Testament gospels alike, this painting serves as an enduring icon of Christian faith not just in Mexico but throughout Spanish America. Indeed, "Virgin of Guadalupe" stands as

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