Eduard Hau. The New Museum of the Hermitage. Water color. ca 1860
ca.1852 - "Portrait of Josefina Eguía and Gil de Polidura with her mother Justa Gil and the little Trinidad Polidura Eguía" (Mexico City) by Edouard Pingret (French, 1788-1875). Complement to the previous painting, although now with the opposite view of the house (towards the nor-oriente), looking towards the extensive property of the Santa Maria Ranch, the Ranch of the Poplar Lands. Collection of National Bank of Mexico
1845 - 'Portrait of Francisca de la Gándara and Cardona' (Mexican, 1786-1855) by Vicente López y Portaña (Spain,1772-1850). She was the wife of General Felix Calleja, Count of Calderon, last Viceroy of New Spain (Mexico). María Francisca de la Gándara and Cardona de Calleja (San Luis Potosí, Mexico) was t only Creole Vicereyne. In 1807 she married General Felix María Calleja. Her husband was Chief Political Leader & Viceroy of New Spain. Thus, she was t Creole Viceroy of New Spain f 1814 to…
ca. 1852 - "Portraits of Anacleto Polidura and his sons" - where Don Anacleto and his eldest sons Santiago and Luis Gonzaga appear (Mexico City) - by Éduard Pingret (French, 1788-1875. Collection of National Bank of Mexico.
ca. 1851-1853 - 'Portrait of a woman with a dog and a letter' by Juan Cordero, Mexican, 1822-1884.
1847 - 'Portraits of the brother architects Juan and Ramón Agea', oil on canvas, by Juan Cordero, (Mexico, 1822-1844), collection: Banco Nacional de México
1855 - Portraiit of María Dolores de Tosta by Juan Cordero (Mexico, 1822-1884). At 15, in 1844, she became the second wife of Mexican political and military leader Antonio López de Santa Anna. This was painted 11 years later. Tosta lived primarily in Mexico City while Santa Anna travelled the country, so they rarely saw each other. They had no children. Painted by Juan Cordero in 1855.