You can see this here:
If you look closely, you can see several sets of gold plates and rolled up manuscripts in this painting.
The painting teaches, as clearly as art can teach, that Christ visited the twelve Nephite disciples in Mesoamerica. Of course, the New York Cumorah does not exclude any other location for Bountiful.
Except the M2C scholars who continue to promote Mesoamerica insist that the New York Cumorah is too far away to be the "real Cumorah." In fact, here's how a prominent BYU scholar described those Church members who still believe what the prophets and apostles have consistent taught.
BYU Professor John L. Sorenson, in Mormon’s Codex (Deseret Book, 2015), p. 688, writes “There remain Latter-day Saints who insist that the final destruction of the Nephites took place in New York, but any such idea is manifestly absurd. Hundreds of thousands of Nephites traipsing across the Mississippi Valley to New York, pursued (why?) by hundreds of thousands of Lamanites, is a scenario worthy only of a witless sci-fi movie, not of history.”
This ridicule of those who believe the prophets and apostles was published by Deseret Book and the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship at BYU.
A black and white version of Christ in Mesoamerica is included in the Book of Mormon Student Manual for Relition 121-122. (This manual also has Christ visiting the Nephites at a Mayan temple on the cover.)