Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe (Our Lady of Guadalupe)

Maker and role
Artist: Rafael Aragón, New Mexican, ca. 1796-1862

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Media/materials
Wood with water soluble paint
Credit line
Bequest of Marion Koogler McNay
Accession number
1950.262
Object type
Further information
This bulto by santero Rafael Aragón is a traditional image of the Virgin of Guadalupe, with rays of light or fire radiating around her body. She holds her hands in prayer and stands on a moon above an angel that holds the Virgin's red gown and blue cape. This Virgin wears a necklace, a detail seen in other examples by Aragón.

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