La Mano Poderosa 5

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  • Represents¬†‘La Mano Poderosa’
  • The Extended Holy Family is in the upper quadrant
  • Attributed to¬†Agustin Barajas – the so called ‘Skimpy Painter’
  • Layered with symbolic and allegorical imagery
  • Available in Museum Quality Paper and Canvas
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Description

A perfect example of “La Mano Poderosa,” or “The Powerful Hand” – sometimes referred to as “Los Cinco Personas,” a reference to the Extended Holy Family in the upper quadrant. The five figures at the top represent Anne, Mary, Santo Nino, Joseph and Joachim. In the lower quadrant, blood is flowing from the stigmata into an open gold chalice which is received by the seven sacrificial lambs below. The number seven, a symbolic number in Catholicism, represents the seven holy sacraments and the seven deadly sins.

The retablo is attributed to Agustin Barajas – the so called ‘Skimpy Painter’.

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