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Theaters of Conversion: Religious Architecture and Indian Artisans in Colonial Mexico

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Missionary friars arriving in Mexico in the early 16th century introduced European architectural and visual art styles to those of the native people. Under the direction of the friars, 400 conventos were built in Mexico during a 75-year period, as special architectural theaters for use in their pros
Hardcover, 350 pages
Published May 1st 2001 by University of New Mexico Press
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