|Municipal Theater, Rio de Janeiro, Rodolfo Amoedo,
where he painted several of the panels.
|Jesus in the Garden of Olives,
1917, Rodolfo Amoedo
|Self-portraits by Rodolfo Amoedo.
|A world map from around 1500 indicating how little was known
about the enormous area being divided between Spain and Portugal.
|What the line divided on a modern map.
It's often referred to as the Papal Line of Demarcation,
though the Pope (Julius II) had little to do with it.
|The Tupi tribes were no match for the Portuguese or their smallpox.
|The Last Tamoio, 1887, Rodolfo Amoedo
|Bust of Adelaide Amoedo,
1892, the artist's wife.
|Though not listed as such, probably paintings of Amoedo's son.
|Jesus Christ in Capernaum, 1883, Rodolfo Amoedo