Price: $ 3,400.00
This late 18th century Spanish colonial Madonna, swathed in her original hand sewn cloth undergarments, pinches a red fruit between her thumb and index finger, presumably a pomegranate. The pomegranate is a sacred and symbolic fruit in Catholicism, a metaphor for fertility, prosperity, and generosity, and in the case of this Madonna, representative of Jesus's suffering and the resurrection.
Carved and polychrome painted wood with cotton undergarments, inset glass eyes. Displayed on a high quality custom made stand.
Dimensions: measures 13 inches high.
Condition: minor paint loss. Unrestored, original.
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