Spanish Colonial School, 18th to 20th Century Six Unstretched Canvases Depicting Religious Subjects: Female Saint (possibly St. Justina
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Spanish Colonial School, 18th to 20th Century
Six Unstretched Canvases Depicting Religious Subjects: Female Saint (possibly St. Justina) Flanked by Two Angels, St. Michael Vanquishing the Devil, S. Felipe Neri, Standing Christ Holding a Child and a Lily, Standing Madonna and Child, and Sabana Santa (The Deposition). All oil on canvas, sizes to 38 x 27 in. Condition: Most with paint losses, punctures, abrasions, tears, creasing, and surface grime.
Provenance: Purchased in South America, most likely in the 1930s, by an American who traveled widely across the continent, with a focus on Ecuador.
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