Polychrome wooden statue late eighteenth early nineteenth from the Virgin Mary to the child Jesus salvator mundi savior of the world. The salvator mundi is the name given to the representations of Christ carrying an orb in his left hand while using his right hand to bless. The composition emphasizes the eschatological significance of the earthly dominion of Christ.We find this composition in the now famous Leonardo da Vinci salvator mundi painted between 1506 and 1513. The virgin marie is dressed in pink, white, gold, green and blue. This code was expanded by the Council of Thirty, Four Centuries Later, which recognized the rose as emblem of its beauty and perfection.
State: lack fingers right hand of the virgin. Hand glued of the Christ savior. 18th - 19th century: antique wood polychrome sculpture. Virgin Mary and Child Jesus.
Fingers of the young virgin and christ's hand reattached. The item \The seller is \This item can be shipped to the following countries: America, Europe, Asia, Australia.