Molleno, Saint James, ca. 1805–1845. Best known for creating the nineteenth-century altar screens at Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico, Molleno here directly applied pigments on hide, a technique practiced by Pueblo Indians in New Mexico prior to the Pueblo Revolt. Water-based pigments on hide, 59 × 38 × 1 ½ in. Museum of International Folk Art, gift of the Historical Society of New Mexico. Photograph by Addison Doty.