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Papier-mâché head attributable to San Luigi Gonzaga, with eyes in glass paste, unknown author.


This sculpture has incredible details and presents very slight traces of time that give it added value, the date of creation of this work dates back to the mid-1800s.

The eyes in vitreous paste give life to the sculpture, which in the past was probably part of a complete structure of the body of the saint in which it was "set".

Papier-mâché head

  • Details

    Dating: XIX

     Dimensions: H: 20 cm L: 14 cm W: 17 cm

     Weight: 294 gr

    Material / technique: Polychrome sculpture in papier-mache and glass paste

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