"José De Arce (1600-1666) - Bust Of Ecce Homo"This is a high quality Spanish sculpture dating back from the 17th century, and a great chance to acquire a top-end artwork. - Stuccoed and polychrome wood. Eyes are not made of glass (This wouldn't start until the early 18th in Spain) Parts might be repainted. - Made of wood, but probably linked to a now lost base with a mock tunic made of glued linen. - Style is absolutely José de Arce, but might also be related to the school of famous Pedro Roldán, the father of Luisa Roldán, a well-known terracotta female artist. Check Cadiz's "Cristo de la Humildad y la Paciencia". - Could be restored, but in our opinion now has the allure of time past. - Delivery by a premium company. - 41 x 38 x 27 - Private collection in Madrid.