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Spanish Colonial Madonna & Child Copper Retablo

Spanish Colonial Madonna & Child Copper Retablo

LATE 18TH OR EARLY 19TH CENTURY

This late 18th or early 19th-century Spanish Colonial Madonna & Child Copper Retablo emanates an exceptional sense of historic sanctity and devotion. The copper retablo, originating from Mexico, draws this significance from the popular art form of religious images on metal or wood, commonplace in Spanish colonial times. The Madonna and child are meticulously crafted, with both figures adorned with crowns, and the Madonna further embellished with a jeweled necklace and ring. This artwork is housed within a period giltwood frame, indicative of its journey through time. This piece holds a profound reverence, beautifully encapsulating the religious and cultural heritage of the Spanish colonial period.


FRAMED RELIGIOUS RETABLO ON COPPER, MADONNA AND CHILD, MEXICO, BELIEVED TO BE SPANISH COLONIAL, 18TH/ 19TH C., BOTH WITH ELABORATE CROWNS, THE MADONNA WITH JEWELED NECKLACE AND RING, HOUSED IN PERIOD GILTWOOD FRAME WITH DAMAGE AT GESSO CORNERS, SIGHT: 10"H, 7.5"W, OVERALL: APPROX 15.5"H, 13.25"W, 2.75LBS. PROVENANCE: SAN ANTONIO, TX ESTATE. CONDITION: VERY GOOD.
Regular price $7,500.00 USD
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