Virgen del Carmen
Virgen del Carmen, anonymous artist (1777). Located at Quinta de Anauco Colonial Art Museum in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Félíx León in April 2018.

Virgen Immaculada Concepción
Pavilo hair, glued and plastered fabric, Church of Caraballeda. Crown of Francisco Landaeta, piece of gilded silver and doublets. It was the titular image of the church of Caraballeda acquired in 1952. Figure in the Expo of the MBA in 1956. Donation Carlo…

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.

Tocador (Open)
Tocador, artist unknown (Patzcuaro, Michuacán, México, 18th century). Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Daniel Santos in April 2018.

Tocador
Tocador, artist unknown (Patzcuaro, Michuacán, México, 18th century). Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Daniel Santos in April 2018.

Tiara de San Pedro
Tiara de San Pedro, attributed to Pedro Ignacio Ramos (mid-18th century). Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Consuelo Andara in April 2018.

Tarro de Tabaco (Version 2)
White Pottery with metal lid and decorative flowers, vegetable, geometric and scroll work blue decorations. In the center is written "FARINAS".

Tarro de Tabaco (Version 1)
White Pottery with metal lid and decorative flowers, vegetables, geometric and scroll work blue decorations. In the center written "VARINAS".

Silla de Brazos (II)
Chair No. 2 by Antonio José Limardo (1792). Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Manuel Lara and Nathalie Naranjo in April 2018.

Silla de Brazos (I) (with cameras)
A chair at Quinta de Anauco Colonial Art Museum in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Manuel Lara and Nathalie Naranjo in April 2018.

Silla de Bazos (III)
Owned by the Valencian hero Dr. Miguel Peña (1781-1833). Donated to the Colonial Art Museum of Caracas at Quinta de Anauco, Venezuela in 1978.

Santa Apolonia
This half-length frontal representation of the martyred saint was painted in oil on wood by one of the most important artists of this period. The image is presented dressed in a costume of the eighteenth century and in his hands his attributes (a palm and…

San Miguel Arcángel (II)
Saint Michael the Archangel sculpture made of carved cedar wood. The right arm carries a flaming sword while the other arm is holding a shield. The right foot is crushing the demon. This is a full body piece dressed in a Roman warrior costume. It has a square…

San Miguel Arcángel (I)
Saint Michael the Archangel sculpture made of carved cedar wood. Full body. The right arm is extended and holds a flaming sword. The hand of the other arm holds a balance scale. The right foot rests on the demon, which face looks to the right. The piece wears…

San Francisco de Asis
San Francisco de Asís. Unknown artist (late 18th century). Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Manuel Ochoa in April 2018.

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.


Relicario. Santa Barábara - Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria
Oval reliquary featuring the image of Saint Barbara, with tower and palm in her hands.

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.

Pote de Farmacia (I)
Pharmacy pot, anonymous artist (late 18th century, Cataluña, Spain). Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Consuelo Andara in April 2018.

Placa de Sagrario
This tabernacle plate depicts the Agnus Dei (Lamb of God) surrounded by beam lights, with a banner that bears the inscription: "ECCE AGNUS DEI".


Oratorio (space)
Small oratory about 6 m wide by 4 m deep and 5 m high, with a sloping wooden roof from which hangs an antique lamp. It contains sacred pieces and 18th century furniture. It has an elaborate polychromatic altarpiece and friar armchairs of the Colonial era.

Nuestra Señora del Tránsito
Nuestra Señora del Transito by José Francisco Rodríguez (late 18th century). Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Daniel Santos in April 2018.

Niño Jesús de una Virgen de La Candelaria
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.