Arguably the most popular and highly revered image in Mexican art, this lovely 19th century retablo painting on tin represents 'Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe'. Legend tells of her appearance to the peasant Juan Diego in 1521 at the mountaintop shrine of the Pre-Columbian goddess Tonantzin. She filled his cloak with roses and emblazoned her image on his cape as proof of the miraculous visitation. She is the patroness of the Americas and is sought to cure all ills.
Dimensions: 14 inches vertical x 10 inches horizontal.
Condition notes: in overall good, original condition with only peripheral paint loss
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