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This small sculpture intended to be clothed, carved in cedar, is a sample of the religious devotion in domestic life during the Colonial period. The piece was covered with stucco and painted in the upper part of the body. Clothes were manufactured fabric. Some Venezuelan houses still continue this tradition.

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Museo de Arte Colonial Quinta de Anauco
Address
Av. Panteón, San Bernardino
City
Caracas
State/Province
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Municipio Libertador
Country
Venezuela