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"Saint Roch 17th Century."
Saint Roch, an important sculpture in the round in a single polychrome and gilded lime wood ball. Vertical in composition, Saint Roch is a pilgrim saint presented on the foot, in pilgrim attire, his staff in his hand. Saint Roch is recognizable by his attributes, a large hat, a large pilgrim and a pilgrim's staff. Saint Roch fell victim to the plague. All the attributes of its legend are grouped together on this group. The saint is walking with his staff in his hand. He shows by lifting his tunic the bubo of the plague on his thigh. Saint Roch was the patron saint of the plague victims. It should be noted the exceptional realistic work of the flesh, the face of the patron saint give a perfect complexion which reinforces the illusion of life. 17th century French Baroque work. Very good general condition, some wear of the polychromy and its gilding, an accident to the hand carrying the stick is to be deplored. The terrace is in oak. Dimensions: Height of hat 82cm - height of staff 89cm Width 34cm ..

General conditions of sale and delivery: An invoice and a certificate of authenticity will be drawn up in your name and address. The price indicated on the advertisement includes delivery throughout mainland France. For Germany, Belgium, Italy or Spain contact us for a quote. For the United States, non-EU Europe or the rest of the world contact us for a quote but the import taxes applicable in each country remain your responsibility. Packaging and transport follow-up are provided by professional carriers specializing in works of art or by Chronopost.
Price: 4 800 €
Period: 17th century
Style: Louis 14th, Regency
Condition: Très bon état.

Width: largeur34cm.
Height: hauteur au chapeau 82cm – hauteur au bâton 89cm.

Reference: 836890
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