ALTAR PIECE XVI CENTURY LATINAMERICAN COLONIAL PERIOD

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2020-12-10 12:18:27

This is an original altarpiece from the lates 1700´s or earlies 1800´s . It is comming from a private property at 500 miles from Buenos Aires , Argentina , where was placed in the altar of a little church for the employees in the country .
This masterpiece is beautifully carved with outstandard perfection during the Latinamerican Colonial Period of the Sacred Art . This is a unique sculpture of Jesus Christ talking to some faithfull people . The piece includes 7 characters and Jesus .The gestures and the details are amazing . The background is painted with some kind of gold paint cracked . The original colors are present in about 95% of the piece . 

The frame is another piece of art by itself : with a deep carving and columns simulating the entrance of a Roman temple . 
The piece is very big and heavy : completely carved in solid wood . It measures : 32 inches wide x 57 inches hight and 5 inches depth . It can be placed in any wall on the floor or hanging . This is a very special good example of the period and perfect for any serious collection . The real good art is understud by anyone .
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