Table of contents for The arts in Latin America, 1492-1820 / organized by Joseph J. Rishel with Suzanne Stratton-Pruitt.

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Lenders to the Exhibition
Contributing Authors
	Joseph J. Rishel		 
Art in Colonial Latin America: A Brief Critical Review 
		Joseph J. Rishel
Colonial Foundations: Points of Contact and Compatibility
		Elizabeth Hill Boone and Thomas B. F. Cummins
The Spanish American Colonial City: Its Origins, Development, and Functions
		Alfonso Ortiz Crespo
	Latitude: East-West Connections 
The Black Hand: Notes on the African Presence in the Visual Arts of Brazil and the Caribbean
			Edward J. Sullivan	
		Asia in the Arts of Colonial America
			Gauvin Alexander Bailey
The Parallel Course of Latin American and European Art in the Viceregal Era
	Marcus Burke
Artisans and Artists in Ibero-America from the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Century
		M. Concepcion Garcia Saiz
	The Decorative Arts in Latin America, 1492-1820
		Mitchell A. Codding
	Textiles in Colonial Latin America
		Dilys E. Blum
	Dressing Colonial, Dressing Diaspora
		Gridley McKim-Smith
	Silver and Silverwork, Wealth and Art in Viceregal America
		Cristina Esteras Mart¡n
	The Art of Silver in Colonial Brazil
		Nuno Senos
	Exotic Devotion: Sculpture in Viceregal America and Brazil, 1520-1820
		Marjorie Trusted
Changing Faces: The Re-Emergence of a Sacred Landscape in Colonial Mexico and Peru
	Adrian Locke	
	Painting in Colonial Latin America
		Clara Bargellini
Stars in the Sea of the Church: The Indian in Eighteenth-Century New Spanish Painting
	Ilona Katzew
	Observations on the Origin, Development, and Manufacture of Latin American
		Jorge F. Rivas P.
	Alicia Lubowski and Anne D. Pushkal
Artist Biographies
Photography Credits

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Art, Latin American -- Exhibitions.
Art, Colonial -- Latin America -- Exhibitions.