About: Sofía Sanabrais and Meha Priyadarshini

Sofía Sanabrais I am a current Getty Scholar and a Los Angeles-based art historian and curator who focuses on the cultural and artistic exchanges between Latin America and Asia from the colonial period to the present day. I am a lover of nature in all its various forms. I will be spending my spring and summer raising caterpillars, waiting for them to turn into chrysalises and then joyfully releasing them into the wild. I may even take a stab at adding praying mantises and carnivorous plants to my menagerie. Meha Priyadarshini I am a fellow at the Getty Research Institute in 2013–14 and just finished my PhD at the Department of History at Columbia University, New York.

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Connecting Seas: The Getty Research Institute in Manila

Exterior of San Sebastian Church. Completed in 1891, this neo-Gothic all-steel church, the only one of its kind in Asia, is made of pre-fabricated steel elements fabricated in Belgium. Photo: Jaime S. Martinez
Exterior of San Sebastian Church. Completed in 1891, this neo-Gothic all-steel church, the only one of its kind in Asia, is made of pre-fabricated steel elements fabricated in Belgium. Photo: Jaime S. Martinez

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      Dressed in the finest 17th century fashions, a woman personifying September shops the local market.

      This sketch of September, the rich landscape, and bountiful harvest were made for paintings of the months for Elector Maximilian I of Bavaria for a dining hall in his Munich palace.

      Fashion Fridays explores art, history, and costume in the Getty collection.

      Personification of September, about 1644, Joachim von Sandrart. J. Paul Getty Museum.

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