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A Mexican painting of Mary’s Assumption and crowning.

A Mexican painting of Mary’s Assumption and crowning.

(Source: Flickr / tachidin)

The Virgen de Guadalupe protects door bells in Mexico City.

The Virgen de Guadalupe protects door bells in Mexico City.

(Source: Flickr / ilhuicamina)

A Mexican print of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart.

A Mexican print of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart.

Virgen de la Asunción, Tingüindín, Mexico.

Virgen de la Asunción, Tingüindín, Mexico.

(Source: elespaciodelyla.blogspot.com)

La luz de Guadalupe

La luz de Guadalupe

(Source: Flickr / bitten_apple_inc)

A ceremic statue of Our Lady of Solitude from the collection of the Dolores Olmedo museum, Mexico City.

A ceremic statue of Our Lady of Solitude from the collection of the Dolores Olmedo museum, Mexico City.

(Source: museodoloresolmedo.org.mx)

A Mexican engraving of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

A Mexican engraving of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

(Source: fineartamerica.com)

Virgen de Soledad

Virgen de Soledad

(Source: colonialarts.com)

Ntra. Sra. de Guadalupe

Ntra. Sra. de Guadalupe

An anonymous 18th century Mexican painting of Mary in prayer.

An anonymous 18th century Mexican painting of Mary in prayer.

(Source: museobello.org)

A collection of water bottles from the shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City.

A collection of water bottles from the shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City.

(Source: liveauctioneers.com)

A Mexican painting of Our Lady of the Dove.

A Mexican painting of Our Lady of the Dove.

(Source: eduardopizarro.com)

A statue of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in the Carmelite convent in Guadalajara, Mexico.

A statue of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in the Carmelite convent in Guadalajara, Mexico.

(Source: flickr.com)

camilotangerine:

Anonymous, Tota Pulchra (or Immaculate Conception), 16th century, tempera on wood, 245 x 187 cm., Museo Nacional del Virreinato, Tepotzotlán.

camilotangerine:

Anonymous, Tota Pulchra (or Immaculate Conception), 16th century, tempera on wood, 245 x 187 cm., Museo Nacional del Virreinato, Tepotzotlán.

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