Veronica's Veil Retablo
Oil on Tin / Glass Beads
Mexico, Circa 1860
According to popular belief, Veronica, a woman who made her way through the crowds when she saw Christ on his way to Calvary, wiped the sweat and the blood from his forehead. His image is said to have imprinted itself on her veil and is still preserved in Saint Peter's today. Arguably, the title of this theme is also derived from "Vera Icon" or "True Icon."
Dimensions: 7 inches vertical x 5 inches horizontal.
Condition notes: in good, original condition.
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