No image is as distinctively Mexican as the Virgin of Guadalupe, with her characteristic spiky aura and blue robe with gold stars. After her miraculous appearance to the Indian Juan Diego in 1531, the Virgin of Guadalupe became exceptionally popular in Mexico among both Spaniards and Indians. Juan Diego was canonized a saint by Pope John Paul II on July 31, 2002.
Here the Virgin is surrounded by angels and four miniature scenes of her original miracles. At the bottom, a landscape shows the new church dedicated to her in 1703 at the foot of the hill of Tepeyac north of Mexico City, the site of her original appearance and miracles. Painted on copper in Mexico City around 1740, it is signed by the well-known artist Nicolas Enríquez.
-- Donna Pierce, 2015
QualityDenver Art Museum Custom Prints offers exclusive custom reproductions of artworks in the collections and exhibitions of the Denver Art Museum. Hand-made in the USA using gallery-quality materials, we create prints as true to the original work as possible, using strict color management protocols and state-of-the-art printing technology.
SelectionMany of the works offered through this store are exclusive and not available anywhere else. We are continually adding new artworks to our offering, so be sure to check back regularly as you build your own gallery. A variety of molding styles means our custom framed prints can match any type of decor.