The Massacre of Don Pedro Villasur
On long term display at the New Mexico History Museum
This exhibition features 23 original graphic history art works by Santa Fe artist Turner Avery Mark-Jacobs. This display, ’The Massacre of Don Pedro Villasur,’ narrates the history of an ill-fated Spanish colonial military expedition which set out from Santa Fe in 1720. This dipicted story shares the exibit room with the History Museum’s Segesser I and II Hide paintings located in the Telling New Mexico gallery.
Also on exhibit at the New Mexico History Museum
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