Spanish Colonial

Some articles on spanish colonial, spanish:

Chinay - History - Spanish Colonial Attitudes (16th Century-1898)
... The first encounter of the Spanish authorities with the Chinese was not entirely pleasant - several Chinese pirates under the leadership of Limahong, who proceeded to besiege the newly ... in vain and was subsequently beaten by the combined Spanish and native forces under the leadership of Juan de Salcedo on 1575 ... Throughout the Spanish Colonial Period, the Chinese outnumbered the Spanish colonizers by ten to one, and at least in two occasions tried to grab the power, but their revolts were quickly put ...
Mabee-Gerrer Museum Of Art - Collection - Spanish Colonial Art
... The institute's holdings in Spanish Colonial art include retablos (small religious paintings, frequently on tin), wooden sculptures of saints, and paintings ... An temporary exhibition of Spanish Colonial Art ran from April to June in 2010 ...
Spanish Colonial Fortifications Of The Philippines
... The Spanish Colonial Fortifications of the Philippines are strongholds constructed by the Spaniards for protection against local and foreign aggressors during the Spanish Colonial Period in ...
Duncan Pavilion - Collections - New World (pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial)
... stone, gold and jade, as well as paintings, sculpture, furniture and silver from the Spanish Colonial Period ... scholarship in the fields of Pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial art through the New World collections of the Denver Art Museum ...
Santa Barbara County Courthouse
... The Spanish Colonial Revival style building was designed by William Mooser III and completed in 1929 ... Architect Charles Willard Moore called it the "grandest Spanish Colonial Revival structure ever built," and the prime example of Santa Barbara's adoption of Spanish ...

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