Posted 23 August, 2013 by Andrea Sikahall in Heritage

Christ in Agony.


Theft Report.



Date of Theft: 2 May 2004

Place of Theft: Museum of Colonial Art, La Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala.

Object Type: Religious Sculpture

Material: Wood,

Technique: Wood Carving

Dimensions: Stop: 78 cms. Width 37 cms.

Title: Christ in Agony.

Topic: Religious.

Period: XVIII Century.

Author: Anonymous.

Register: 3-1-1-171

DESCRIPTION: Sculpture carved wooden figure of Christ on the cross. His face is up with her hair over her right shoulder. No wound in the side, it covers a canvas with a loop sustained, leaving one end hanging down his right side, leaving visible thigh. Have bleeding wounds on knees, thigh, ingle, ribs, shoulders and elbows. Three fingers of his right hand are extended. It has a golden glow of silver on three powers. The cross has silver corners with green stones and also silver cartouche. The cross is plump imitating the bark of a tree.


Registry of Cultural Property. / General Cultural and Natural Heritage. Ministry of Culture and Sports.

Report: Register of Cultural Property # 38



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