Salero
Salt shaker, anonymous artist (17th century, Teruel, Spain). Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Félíx León in April 2018.

La Cochera at Quinta de Anauco
La Cochera (The Garage) at Quinta de Anauco (1797). Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Luis Chacín on September 9, 2017.

Par de Floreros
From the Church of Our Lady of Mercy, 1962

Quinta de Anauco, Museo de Arte Colonial (Façades Combined)
Combined façade responds to the exterior corridor, which covers the main entrance of Quinta de Anauco, Colonial house. It reflects the simplicity, elegance, and functionality of Venezuelan civil architecture of the second half of the 18th century.

Façade and Garden - Quinta de Anauco, Museo de Arte Colonial de Caracas (Section J)
Façade of the Quinta de Anauco with tile roof and garden typical of a colonial country house. It reflects the simplicity and elegance of Venezuelan architecture in the Hispanic period.

Baulito
Small trunk, anonymous artist (circa 1820). Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Daniel Santos in April 2018.

Textura de Agua
Artwork made with acrylic on five canvases of different sizes. Gregorio Boscan uses color and textures to bring varied volumes, textures, colors and light from the water. Maracaibo Lake is a geographical reference for many Zulian artists, such as Boscan.

Tres Sillones Presbiteriales
Three chairs made of carved cedar wood, connected as one piece of furniture. Chairs placed in the presbyteries were a symbol of the hierarchy between clergymen.

Butaque o Ture
Spanish X-Frame chair featuring a wooden butaque with a non-folding base and embossed leather back and seat, attached to the wooden frame with metal rivets.

Niño Jesús
Niño Jesús, artist unknown (late 18th century). Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Consuelo Andara in April 2018.