ART OF THE AMERICAS-TCXG 377
Genre and Narrative Painting

José Agustín Arrieta, El Chinaco y La China, n.d., oil on canvas, private collection, 114 x 89 cm.
Miguel Cabrera, Depictions of Racial Mixtures, “Spanish father and Indian mother, Mestisa,” 1763, oil on canvas, private collection, 132x101 cm.
Juan Cordero, Columbus Before the Catholic Monarchs, 1850, oil on canvas, Museo Nacional de Arte, Mexico City, 173 x 244 cm.
José Obregón, The Discovery of Pulque, 1869, oil on canvas, Museo Nacional de Arte, 73 1/4 x 91"
Manuel Vilar, The Tlaxcotlán General Tlahuitcole doing Battle at the Gladiator’s Stone of Sacrifice, 1851, plaster, Museo Nacional de Arte, Mexico City
Agesandar, Athenodorus, and Polydorus, Laocoön Group, 1st century A.D., marble, Vatican Museums, Rome, 8 feet h
Eastman Johnson, Old Kentucky Home or Life in the South, 1859, oil on canvas, New-York Historical Society, New York, 36 x 45"
Winslow Homer, Visit from the Old Mistress, 1876, oil on canvas, National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC
Lilly Martin Spencer, Shake Hands?, 1854, oil on canvas, Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, 30 1/8 x 25 1/8"
Bessie Potter Vonnoh, The Young Mother, 1896, bronze, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 14 ½" h
Cornelius Krieghoff, The Morning After Merrymaking in Lower Canada, 1857, oil on canvas, private collection, 23 5/8 x 35 3/4"
Cornelius Krieghoff, Merrymaking, 1860, oil on canvas, Beaverbrook Canadian Foundation, 88 x 122 cm.
George A. Reid, Mortgaging the Homestead, 1890, oil on canvas, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 128.3 x 212.1 cm.
George A. Reid, Idling, 1892, oil on canvas, private collection, 18 x 16"