Multicolor Colonial Replica Paintings(26 items)
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Popular Multicolor Colonial Replica Paintings
Signed Painting of the Virgin of Mercy from Peru, "Virgin of Mercy"$107.99
Depicting Mother Mary with Baby Jesus, this colonial replica painting brings a touch of religiosity into any home. Edgar Aguirre Gomez of Peru paints the composition, portraying Mary and Jesus in elaborate, regal dress. This depiction is known as the Virgin of Mercy. in Spanish.
Immaculate Conception Painting Religious Christian Art, "Immaculate Conception"$1,097.99
Wearing a crown of roses, Mary appears in a cloak of golden stars accompanied by three cherubs in this painting by Fernando Sayan Polo. He is inspired by the famed Cuzco School of religious portraiture as he replicates this stunning composition. According to the teachings of the Catholic Church, the term refers to Mary's conception being "conceived without original sin or its stain." Sayan Polo paints with oils and details his composition with bronze leaf, expertly replicating the religious art of Cuzco.
Titled "Inmaculada concepción" in Spanish.
Religious Painting of Saint Michael from Peru, "Archangel Saint Michael II"$427.99
This painting by Peru's Jose Ponce de Leon depicts the Archangel Saint Michael. Holding a flaming sword, Saint Michael acted as the opponent of Satan for a time. The artist celebrates the majesty of Saint Michael, painting him in a style that draws inspiration from the colonial Cuzco School. Gold leaf designs in relief accentuate the archangel's clothing. in Spanish.
Our Lady of Almudena Painting Religious Christian Art, "Our Lady of Almudena"$1,097.99
Our Lady of Almudena, patroness of Madrid (Spain), appears with the Christ Child in her arms in this beautifully detailed painting by Fernando Sayan Polo. The composition is a replica from the famed Cuzco School of religious portraiture, and includes Jesus and Mary, as well as children praying and cherubs. The Peruvian artist paints with oils, adding applications of bronze leaf to faithfully capture the rich religious artistry of Cuzco.
Titled "Virgen de la Almudena" in Spanish.