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Lot: 1006
Neapolitan School 18th C Virgin Immaculata

"Inmaculada Concepción". Immaculate Conception in carved, stewed, polychrome and gilded wood. Eyes and applications in vitreous paste, simulating turquoise and precious stones on the mantle.
Represented in the traditional way, with loose hair, a tunic and a starry cloak. appears on the cloud, and under it, the devil. Sheltered by several puttis, which are distributed at the bottom, to the left, and to the right under the mantle.
Vintage crown holder, made of punched Italian silver, in its color and gold, with frusto punches belonging to the town of Naples.
Great detail with sweet expression on all the faces of the group, reminiscent of the work of Italian sculptors from the early 18th century such as Nicola Fumo (1647 - 1725) or Giacomo Colombo (1663 - 1730).

*Faults and Losses typical of the passage of time in some parts of the piece such as fingers of some putti, or wings, but in general good condition. 76,5 cm de alto en total. 59 cm de alto sin peana ni corona.

Immaculate Conception
Virgin carving in wood
76.5 cm high in total. 59 cm high without base or crown.

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