José Vicente Nucete (with cameras) (Version 3)
José Vicente Nucete (1977) by the sculptor Manuel de la Fuente Muñoz, located in the El Rincón de los Poetas park in the city of Mérida, Venezuela. Photographic record made in Mérida, Venezuela by Marinela Araque Rivero and Samuel Leonardo Hurtado Camargo,…

San Rafael de Mucuchíes Chapel (Interior)
Stone Chapel (1984), by Juan Félix Sánchez, Venezuelan artist. Located in San Rafael de Mucuchíes, Mérida state, Venezuela. Photo registry by Marinela Araque Rivero and Samuel Hurtado Camargo. This chapel shows a unique constructive system developed by Sánchez,…

Sin Titulo, Bimural de Fernand Léger, 1954
Bimural Sin Titulo (1954) by Fernand Léger. Located at the University City in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Daniel Zambrano and Daniel Patiño in February 2018. This piece is a part of the collection "Synthesis of the Arts" at the University City of…

El Dinamismo en 30 Grados
El Dinamismo en 30 Grados, 1953 by Antoine Pervsner (1866-1962). Located at the University City in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Carlos Ancheta and Jonathan Martinez in February 2018. This piece is a part of the collection "Synthesis of the Arts" at…

Negativo
Negativo (1956) by: Víctor Valera (1927-2013). Located at the University City in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Xiomara González and Félix León in February 2018. This piece is a part of the collection “Synthesis of the Arts” at the University City of…

Miranda en La Carraca
Miranda en La Carraca by Arturo Michelena (1896). Located at the Collection FMN (Fundación Museos Nacionales) in Caracas, Venezuela. The subject of the painting, Francisco de Miranda (1750 – July 14, 1816) was a Venezuelan of great historical stature in both…

Cruz de San Clemente
St. Clement's Cross marks the spot where the first mass was officiated in South America in 1527. It is sheltered by a pavilion erected ordered by Marshal Juan Crisóstomo Falcón during his presidential tenure. As of October 2018, La Cruz de San Clemente is…

Cabeza de Cristo (Version 2)
Cabeza de Cristo by anonymous (Trujillo, 17th century). Located at the Colonial Art Museum at Anauco House in Caracas, Venezuela. Photo registry by Rosa Ana Langerano in April 2018.

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.

Molde de Cemento para Máscara
Mold created with soft clay (white), cast plaster and cement. The casting of plaster is added on any mask already made to create the masks of the Dancing Devils of Yare.