Art Ritual, and Confraternities in Sixteenth Century New Spain. Penitential Imagery at the Monastery of San Miguel, Huejotzingo
Portada Anales Número 70
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Arte colonial

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Verdi Webster, S. (1997). Art Ritual, and Confraternities in Sixteenth Century New Spain. Penitential Imagery at the Monastery of San Miguel, Huejotzingo. Anales Del Instituto De Investigaciones Estéticas, 19(70), pp. 5-43. https://doi.org/10.22201/iie.18703062e.1997.70.1785

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During the sixteenth century in New Spain, the celebration of some Christian feasts, especiality Holy Week and Corpus Christi, was much more complex than any of the dramatic rites of Late Medieval Spain. Theater, architecture, and sculpture were used by the mendicant orders, and by the confraternities associated to them, to reinforce instruction. Mural painting was used to chronicle these celebrations as well as to remind the faithful of their representation, as is discussed in this analysis of the Franciscan murals of Huejotzingo.
https://doi.org/10.22201/iie.18703062e.1997.70.1785
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