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Posted 23 August, 2013 by Andrea Sikahall in Heritage
 
 

Crucifix

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Theft Report

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Date of Theft: 12 May 2011

Place of Theft: St. Christopher Catholic Church Acasaguastlán. The Progress, Guatemala

Object Type: Religious sculpture

Material: Wood

Dimensions: high 41 cms (head of the pies). width 36.5 cms.; cross: 88 x 49.5 cms.

Title:Crucifix

Topic: Religious

Time: Hispanic

Period: XVIII Century

Author: Anonymous

Style: Baroque

DESCRIPTION:

Polychrome wood carved sculpture depicting Christ died on the cross. The hair length is complete, with a pendant on the left side (described from the point of view of the observer) has slightly curved nose, highlighted cheekbones and right ear visible. Care in the size of anatomical detail is remarkable, including back. The cloth is knotted to the left side, with motion effect. It's missing the fingers of both hands. Woody-looking plump Cruz, with dorado. Stand not original three stepped levels.

 

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

 

Regisatro 2-5-2-16

Report: Register of Cultural Property # 160

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