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Sculpture of the Virgin of Guadalupe

Sculpture of the Virgin of Guadalupe

Sculpture of the Virgin of Guadalupe

The "Sculpture of the Virgin of Guadalupe" represents the patron saint of Mexico, a symbol venerated by millions of people around the world. In this representation, the Virgin Mary appears with her iconic image as she appeared to the indigenous Juan Diego at Tepeyac, radiating maternal love and divine protection.

From the workshop of the renowned sculptor López, heir to the fifth generation of the distinguished López Dynasty, emerges a work that embodies the very essence of faith and devotion: the "Sculpture of the Virgin of Guadalupe". With more than two decades of experience in the creation of magnificent bronze works, the artist has molded this sculpture using the ancestral technique of lost wax casting, each detail meticulously chiseled and retouched by hand, culminating in a brown patina obtained by fire.


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