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Niño de Atocha Retablo

Colonial Arts, James Eddy

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Niño de Atocha Retablo

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Antique; 19th century
Country of Origin:
oil on tin
10" L x 0.01" W x 14" H

Why We Love This

19th-century Mexican folk retablo represents the "Niño de Atocha." El Niño de Atocha, one of the most popular subjects in Mexican retablo art, is the patron saint for freeing prisoners, also known to perform miracles for travelers and those in danger.
As described by Colonial Arts, James Eddy

About Colonial Arts, James Eddy

After years of travel, stints in architectural design, and a decade of compulsive collecting, James Eddy founded Colonial Arts as a cyber-enterprise in 1998. Housed today in a historic brick-and-timber building in the San Francisco Design Center, the gallery focuses on high-quality Spanish Colonial and vintage folk art from Spain and the Americas, which is offered alongside Continental furniture, tribal art, period silver, textiles, jewelry, and a wide assortment of reference materials.