Framed Colonial Replica Painting, "Our Lady of Perpetual Help"
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Originally seen in a 13th century Byzantine painting, Our Lady of Perpetual Help (also known as Our Lady of Perpetual Succor) was crowned by the Vatican and approved of a special office and mass in 1876. Alberto Torres portrays the Madonna in the style of a Greek icon, yet gently captures her youthful beauty and compassionate expression. He presents the work in an elaborate frame carved from cedar wood and covered with bronze leaf. It emulates a retablo, or altarpiece.
Titled "Virgen del Perpetuo Socorro" in Spanish.
- 0.42 kgs
- 0.9 lbs
- Framed: 37 cm H x 27 cm W x 4 cm D
- Framed: 14.5" H x 10.75" W x 1.6" D
- Painting: 8 cm W x 14 cm H
- Painting: 3.2" W x 5.5" H