Price: $ 400.00
San Ramon Nonato Folk Retablo - Skimpy Painter
San Ramon Nonato is the patron saint of children, childbirth, confidentiality, and confession. In Mexico particularly, confessors confide in San Ramon with their secrets, and to keep him from talking or gossiping, a padlock is sometimes placed at his feet. Other petitioners, hoping to keep their confessions confidential tack gum to his mouth, offer bribes and rub. In this example his lips were rubbed straight down to the cold rolled tin.
Attributed to Agustin Barajas, the Skimpy Painter.
10 inches vertical x 7 inches horizontal.
Condition: scattered paint loss and wear.
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