Country Club Lima Hotel Debuts Virgin Mary Art Exhibit

Country Club Lima Hotel Presidential Suite

Continuing its partnership with the Pedro de Osma Museum, Country Club Lima Hotel debuted the “Marian Apparitions: Origins & Traditions” exhibit. On display through August 31, the selection showcases European artwork of the Virgin Mary brought to Peru in the 17th and 18th centuries.

The exhibit consists of 13 depictions of the Virgin Mary brought to the country by religious orders, including the Dominicans, Mercedarians and Jesuits. One of the more significant items is Our Lady of the Rosary of Pomata from the Andean region of Peru. Other highlights include the paintings of the Virgin of Mercy, Our Lady of the Rosary and Our Lady of Loreto.

The exhibition continues the partnership between the hotel and the Pedro de Osma Museum. In its public spaces and guestrooms, Country Club Lima Hotel permanently displays over 300 pieces of art and colonial furniture from the museum.

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Country Club Lima Hotel sits in the San Isidro neighborhood of Lima. Built in 1927 and offering 83 guestrooms, the property recently completed a 15-month renovation in 2017. The hotel is a member of Signature Travel Network, The Leading Hotels of the World, Virtuoso and Ensemble Travel Group.

The Pedro de Osma Museum displays Peruvian art from the fifth to 18th century. Located near Lima, it opened for private groups in 1988 and to the public in 1996.

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