Price: $ 4,400.00
Saint Acacius, patron saint of soldiers, the terminally ill and those suffering from headaches, is depicted in this rare 19th century oil on tin Mexican folk retablo. Saint Acacius was a fourth century priest and Roman centurion who openly converted to Christianity during Diocletian's persecution of Christians. When his faith was discovered he chose martyrdom over renouncing Christianity and by the order of emperor Maximian Galerius, Acacius was captured, tortured and ultimately beheaded. In retablo art he is always depicted as a crucified martyr wearing the crown of thorns.
Dimensions: 14 inches vertical x 10 inches horizontal.
Condition notes: in overall good condition with only minor loss
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