The Coronation of the Virgin

€129.00
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Piece inspired by the work "The Coronation of the Virgin" by Diego Velázquez.

It is not very common for Velázquez to carry out religious-themed works since portraits are his specialty. On this occasion, the Coronation of the Virgin was commissioned for the oratory of Queen Elizabeth of Bourbon's room. Thus, Mary is placed in the center, Christ on the left, God the Father on the right and the Holy Spirit between them, forming the Trinity. The novelty would come from the air of naturalness that Velázquez has breathed into the three sacred heads

Mobil of 29x29 cm, made of aluminum and iron.

You can hang it or put it on the base as a standing mobile.

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The Coronation of the Virgin

Piece inspired by the work "The Coronation of the Virgin" by Diego Velázquez.

It is not very common for Velázquez to carry out religious-themed works since portraits are his specialty. On this occasion, the Coronation of the Virgin was commissioned for the oratory of Queen Elizabeth of Bourbon's room. Thus, Mary is placed in the center, Christ on the left, God the Father on the right and the Holy Spirit between them, forming the Trinity. The novelty would come from the air of naturalness that Velázquez has breathed into the three sacred heads

Mobil of 29x29 cm, made of aluminum and iron.

You can hang it or put it on the base as a standing mobile.

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