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Conquistador Collection

Background imageConquistador Collection: DeSoto's Discovery of the Mississippi River, 1896. Creators: Unknown, Louis Kurz, Kurz and Allison

DeSoto's Discovery of the Mississippi River, 1896. Creators: Unknown, Louis Kurz, Kurz and Allison
DeSoto's Discovery of the Mississippi River, 1896

Background imageConquistador Collection: Le Romance du Cortés (The Song of Cortez) (Furnishing Fabric), Nantes, 1815

Le Romance du Cortés (The Song of Cortez) (Furnishing Fabric), Nantes, 1815. Creator: Favre-Petitpierre et Cie
Le Romance du Cortes (The Song of Cortez) (Furnishing Fabric), Nantes, 1815. Cortez Recevoie une Esclave Sans Rancon, [Cortez Recieves a (female)

Background imageConquistador Collection: The Defeat of Narvaez, 1849. Creator: Unknown

The Defeat of Narvaez, 1849. Creator: Unknown
The Defeat of Narvaez, 1849. Defeat of 16th-century Spanish conquistador Panfilo de Narvaez. From "Pictorial History of Mexico and the Mexican War", by John Frost, LL.D

Background imageConquistador Collection: Oñate's inscription, c1927. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Oñate's inscription, c1927. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Onate's inscription, c1927. Inscription Rock, with message written in Spanish by Juan de Onate as he was passing through what is now New Mexico in April 1606

Background imageConquistador Collection: Portrait of Hernando De Soto, showing Spanish Armour of 16th century, c1520-1540, (1937)

Portrait of Hernando De Soto, showing Spanish Armour of 16th century, c1520-1540, (1937). Hernando de Soto (c1500-1542) Spanish explorer and conquistador

Background imageConquistador Collection: Le Romance du Cortes (The Song of Cortez) (Furnishing Fabric), Nantes, 1815

Le Romance du Cortes (The Song of Cortez) (Furnishing Fabric), Nantes, 1815. Cortez Recevoie une Esclave Sans Rancon, [Cortez Recieves a (female)

Background imageConquistador Collection: Window, c. 1900. Creator: Harvey Ellis

Window, c. 1900. Creator: Harvey Ellis
Window, c. 1900. A work made of multilayered leaded glass and steel. Attributed to Harvey Ellis

Background imageConquistador Collection: First Landing of Christopher Columbus, 1800 / 1805. Creator: Frederick Kemmelmeyer

First Landing of Christopher Columbus, 1800 / 1805. Creator: Frederick Kemmelmeyer
First Landing of Christopher Columbus, 1800/1805

Background imageConquistador Collection: The Imperial Troops Bringing Civilization to the Indians

The Imperial Troops Bringing Civilization to the Indians, from The Victories of Emperor Charles, plate 6, 1555

Background imageConquistador Collection: First landing of Christopher Columbus in America, 1862. Creator: Puebla Tolin

First landing of Christopher Columbus in America, 1862. Creator: Puebla Tolin
First landing of Christopher Columbus in America, 1862. Found in the Collection of Museo de Belas Artes da Coruna, Coruna

Background imageConquistador Collection: Cortes, (1485-1547), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Cortes, (1485-1547), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Cortes, (1485-1547), 1830. Hernan Cortes (1485-1547) Spanish Conquistador who led an expedition that caused the fall of the Aztec Empire From " Biographical Illustrations"

Background imageConquistador Collection: Portrait of Pedro Menendez de Aviles, showing Spanish dress, c1570-1580, (1937)

Portrait of Pedro Menendez de Aviles, showing Spanish dress, c1570-1580, (1937). Pedro Menendez de Aviles (1519-1574), Spanish admiral and explorer

Background imageConquistador Collection: Francisco Pizarro, c1510-1520, (1890). Creator: Unknown

Francisco Pizarro, c1510-1520, (1890). Creator: Unknown
Francisco Pizarro, c1510-1520, (1890). Francisco Pizarro, (c1471-1541) Spanish colonist of the Inca. From " Cassells Illustrated Universal History, Vol

Background imageConquistador Collection: Reception of Cortes by Montezuma, 1519, (1890). Creator: Unknown

Reception of Cortes by Montezuma, 1519, (1890). Creator: Unknown
Reception of Cortes by Montezuma, 1519, (1890). Moctezuma II (1466-1520) met Hernando Cortes (1485-1547) Spanish Conquistador on 8 November 1519, the two leaders exchanged gifts

Background imageConquistador Collection: Hernando Cortes, c1530-1540, (1890). Creator: Unknown

Hernando Cortes, c1530-1540, (1890). Creator: Unknown
Hernando Cortes, c1530-1540, (1890). Hernando Cortes (1485-1547) Spanish Conquistador who began the first phase of Spanish colonisation in the Americas

Background imageConquistador Collection: The Landing of Columbus, Second Half of the 19th cen Creator: Vanderlyn, John, after (1775-1852)

The Landing of Columbus, Second Half of the 19th cen Creator: Vanderlyn, John, after (1775-1852)
The Landing of Columbus, Second Half of the 19th cen.. Private Collection

Background imageConquistador Collection: Frenchmen Proceeding to Attack the Spanish Fort on the St. Johns, (1877). Creator: Albert Bobbett

Frenchmen Proceeding to Attack the Spanish Fort on the St. Johns, (1877). Creator: Albert Bobbett
Frenchmen Proceeding to Attack the Spanish Fort on the St. Johns, (1877). In 1568, the French, led by Dominique de Gourgue, attacked the Spanish-held Fort Caroline

Background imageConquistador Collection: Spaniards Destroying Mexican Idols, (1877). Creator: Albert Bobbett

Spaniards Destroying Mexican Idols, (1877). Creator: Albert Bobbett
Spaniards Destroying Mexican Idols, (1877). A priest looks on as a religious idol is pulled down by Spanish soldiers. Invading Europeans destroyed numerous artefacts during the conquest of

Background imageConquistador Collection: Portrait of Francisco Pizarro, 1778. Creator: Anonymous

Portrait of Francisco Pizarro, 1778. Creator: Anonymous
Portrait of Francisco Pizarro, 1778. Private Collection

Background imageConquistador Collection: Portrait of Hernan Cortes (1485-1547) with his coat of arms, 1588. Creator: Anonymous

Portrait of Hernan Cortes (1485-1547) with his coat of arms, 1588. Creator: Anonymous
Portrait of Herna n Cortes (1485-1547) with his coat of arms, 1588. Private Collection

Background imageConquistador Collection: Portrait of Hernan Cortes (1485-1547), 1741. Creator: Anonymous

Portrait of Hernan Cortes (1485-1547), 1741. Creator: Anonymous
Portrait of Herna n Cortes (1485-1547), 1741. Private Collection

Background imageConquistador Collection: Portrait of Diego Centeno, 1625. Creator: Anonymous

Portrait of Diego Centeno, 1625. Creator: Anonymous
Portrait of Diego Centeno, 1625. Private Collection

Background imageConquistador Collection: Drakes Great Surprise for a Sleeping Man, c1934

Drakes Great Surprise for a Sleeping Man, c1934. Illustration showing a supposed incident in Tarapaca, possibly in Peru, where English sea captain, privateer, slave trader

Background imageConquistador Collection: Francisco Pizarro (1475-1541), Spanish conquistador, engraving of the collection Illustrious Men

Francisco Pizarro (1475-1541), Spanish conquistador, engraving of the collection Illustrious Men

Background imageConquistador Collection: Zingari, head of an indigenous population, offers Hernan Cortes her sister Aida

Zingari, head of an indigenous population, offers Hernan Cortes her sister Aida, detail of a lithograph by Maurin

Background imageConquistador Collection: Battle of the Puig 1237 Ceramic tile panel with Jaime I El conquistador (1208-1276)

Battle of the Puig 1237 Ceramic tile panel with Jaime I El conquistador (1208-1276), King of Aragon and Catalonia

Background imageConquistador Collection: Battle in Jamaica between Christopher Columbus and Francisco Poraz, 1504 (1631). Artist

Battle in Jamaica between Christopher Columbus and Francisco Poraz, 1504 (1631). Artist
Battle in Jamaica between Christopher Columbus and Francisco Poraz, 1504 (1631). A scene from Columbus fourth and final voyage of discovery to the New World

Background imageConquistador Collection: Christopher Coumbus with Hernando Cortes receiving a native American girl as a gift, (c1820-1839)

Christopher Coumbus with Hernando Cortes receiving a native American girl as a gift, (c1820-1839). Plate 5 from Le Costume Ancien et Moderne, Volume I, by Jules Ferrario

Background imageConquistador Collection: The encounter between Hernando Cortes and Montezuma II, Mexico, 1519 (c1820-1839)

The encounter between Hernando Cortes and Montezuma II, Mexico, 1519 (c1820-1839). Cortes (1485-1547) was the Spanish conquistador who conquered Mexico

Background imageConquistador Collection: The Spanish capture Fort Caroline, 1565 (1631)

The Spanish capture Fort Caroline, 1565 (1631). Fort Caroline was a settlement established by the Franch near present day Jacksonville, Florida, in 1564

Background imageConquistador Collection: Hernan Cortes, Spanish conquistador, (1780). Artist: Pierre Duflos

Hernan Cortes, Spanish conquistador, (1780). Artist: Pierre Duflos
Hernan Cortes, Spanish conquistador, (1780). Landing in Mexico in 1519, with a force of only some 600 men, Cortes (1485-1547) succeeded in overthrowing the empire of the Aztecs

Background imageConquistador Collection: Hernandez Cortes, Spanish conquistador, 16th century

Hernandez Cortes, Spanish conquistador, 16th century. Cortes (1485-1547) arriving in Mexico followed by his black servant and preceeded by La Malinche, his interpreter and mistress

Background imageConquistador Collection: Hernan Cortes meeting the Aztec Emperor Montezuma, 1519

Hernan Cortes meeting the Aztec Emperor Montezuma, 1519. Cortes (1485-1547) was the Spanish conquistador who conquered Mexico and overthrew the Aztec Empire

Background imageConquistador Collection: Hernan Cortes (1485-1547), Spanish conquistador who conquered Mexico

Hernan Cortes (1485-1547), Spanish conquistador who conquered Mexico
Hernan Cortes, Spanish conquistador who conquered Mexico. Cortes (1485-1547) landed in Mexico in 1519. With a force of only some 600 men, he succeeded in overthrowing the empire of the Aztecs

Background imageConquistador Collection: Portrait of Francisco Pizarro

Portrait of Francisco Pizarro. Found in the Collection of Musee de l Histoire de France, Chateau de Versailles

Background imageConquistador Collection: Portrait of Moctezuma II, 17th century. Artist: Anonymous

Portrait of Moctezuma II, 17th century. Artist: Anonymous
Portrait of Moctezuma II, 17th century. Private Collection

Background imageConquistador Collection: Portrait of Moctezuma and Cuauhtemoc, 17th century. Artist: Anonymous

Portrait of Moctezuma and Cuauhtemoc, 17th century. Artist: Anonymous
Portrait of Moctezuma and Cuauhtemoc, 17th century. Private Collection

Background imageConquistador Collection: Pizarro Seizing the Inca of Peru, 1846. Artist: Millais, John Everett (1829-1896)

Pizarro Seizing the Inca of Peru, 1846. Artist: Millais, John Everett (1829-1896)
Pizarro Seizing the Inca of Peru, 1846. Found in the collection of Victoria and Albert Museum

Background imageConquistador Collection: Portrait of Amerigo Vespucci, 1671. Artist: Ogilby, John (1600-1676)

Portrait of Amerigo Vespucci, 1671. Artist: Ogilby, John (1600-1676)
Portrait of Amerigo Vespucci, 1671. Private Collection

Background imageConquistador Collection: Muteczuma Rex ultimis Mexicanorum, 1671. Artist: Ogilby, John (1600-1676)

Muteczuma Rex ultimis Mexicanorum, 1671. Artist: Ogilby, John (1600-1676)
Muteczuma Rex ultimis Mexicanorum, 1671. Private Collection

Background imageConquistador Collection: Portrait of Francisco de Villagra, 1873. Artist: Carmona, Pedro Leon (1854-1899)

Portrait of Francisco de Villagra, 1873. Artist: Carmona, Pedro Leon (1854-1899)
Portrait of Francisco de Villagra, 1873. Found in the collection of Museo Historico Nacional de Chile

Background imageConquistador Collection: Portrait of Pedro de Valdivia, 1874. Artist: Carmona, Pedro Leon (1854-1899)

Portrait of Pedro de Valdivia, 1874. Artist: Carmona, Pedro Leon (1854-1899)
Portrait of Pedro de Valdivia, 1874. Found in the collection of Museo Historico Nacional de Chile

Background imageConquistador Collection: Pedro de Valdivia, 1892. Artist: Anonymous

Pedro de Valdivia, 1892. Artist: Anonymous
Pedro de Valdivia, 1892. Private Collection

Background imageConquistador Collection: James I (1208-1276), King of Aragon. Artist: Mateu, Jaume (before 1402-after 1452)

James I (1208-1276), King of Aragon. Artist: Mateu, Jaume (before 1402-after 1452)
James I (1208-1276), King of Aragon. Found in the collection of Museu Nacional d Art de Catalunya, Barcelona

Background imageConquistador Collection: Because the Spanish thirst for gold, the Indians pour liquid gold into them

Because the Spanish thirst for gold, the Indians pour liquid gold into them. (From: Americae pars qvarta). Private Collection

Background imageConquistador Collection: Some Indians are killed, some perish in a fire. (From: Americae pars qvarta)

Some Indians are killed, some perish in a fire. (From: Americae pars qvarta). Artist: Bry, Theodor de (1528-1598)
Some Indians are killed, some perish in a fire. (From: Americae pars qvarta). Private Collection

Background imageConquistador Collection: Burial of Hernando De Soto (The frieze in the Rotunda of the United States Capitol), 1860-1873

Burial of Hernando De Soto (The frieze in the Rotunda of the United States Capitol), 1860-1873. Found in the collection of United States Capitol rotunda

Background imageConquistador Collection: Pizarro Going to Peru (The frieze in the Rotunda of the United States Capitol), 1860-1873

Pizarro Going to Peru (The frieze in the Rotunda of the United States Capitol), 1860-1873. Found in the collection of United States Capitol rotunda



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