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Posted 23 August, 2013 by Andrea Sikahall in Heritage
 
 

SAN MIGUEL ARCHANGEL

Theft Report

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Date of Theft: 10 October 2009.

Place of Theft: Village Church of San Miguel, Mataquescuintla, Jalapa

Object Type: Sculpture

Material: wood

Dimensions: alto110 cms Approx.

Title: SAN MIGUEL ARCHANGEL

Topic: Religious

Time: Hispanic

Period: XVIII Century

Author: Anonymous

DESCRIPTION:

Carved wooden sculpture depicting a male character who wears neck blue corselet mixtilíneo edge and leaf decoration in gold. Red kilt with pleats that converge diagonally in front of the raised edge and on his left thigh, being visible inside the canvas. The tunic is green. Boots are open at the front, with diamond shaped brooch on the top front. The red belt is tied to your right side, with the end windblown. The morion or helmet with feathers carved in wood and glass eyes, Coffee color. His right foot is placed on a snake with teeth, which is wound around the base. The tail ends in a point (as an arrow). Wooden Wings.

 

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

Report: Register of Cultural Property # 146

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