Atahualpa, Fourteenth Inca, 1 of 14 Portraits of Inca Kings
- Medium: Oil on canvas
- Geographical Location: Peru
- Dates: Probably mid-18th century
- Period: Colonial Period
- Dimensions: 23 5/8 x 21 3/4in. (60 x 55.2cm)
frame: 29 1/8 x 27 5/16 x 2 13/16 in. (74 x 69.4 x 7.1 cm)
- Inscriptions: Inscribed on roundel: "el tirano Bastardo, Atahualpa,"
- Collection: American Art
- Museum Location: Brooklyn Museum, BMA, SPECIAL EXHIBITION, 4-Rotating 4G81
- Accession Number: 1995.29.14
- Image: 1995.29.14_PS6.jpg. Brooklyn Museum photograph, Nov 30, 2011
Portrait of Atahualpa, the Fourteenth Inca King, dressed in the finery of his office and holding a staff in his left hand. This portrait is part of a series of 14 Inca King portraits that is based on the engraving by Antonio de Herrera, which in turn is based on a painted prototype (see Converging Cultures, 1996, p. 239).