Ecce Homo. Oil on Copper. Spanish School, 18th Century

Fine oil painting on copper Ecce Homo of the Spanish School. Beautifully painted. Original from the 18th century.



Ecce Homo, oil on copper of the Spanish School painted in the 18th century and in very good condition. This amazing painting shows a powerful expression and a profound spiritual feel, both features being typical of the baroque Spanish School of painting. The image shows Jesus Christ with a blue garment and a red cloak, holding a cane scepter and wearing a crown of thorns. These are the attributes given to him by the soldiers before the Crucifixion, in order to mock him. Our Lords face shows a great expressiveness, mixing pain and serenity in a really subtle and masterful portrait. The hands are wonderfully painted too, perfectly shaped and with a deep realistic feel. The painting is framed by a beautiful water-gilt wooden molding with complicated corner ornaments: the perfecty accessory to enhance the beauty and the quality of this amazing painting. This Ecce Homo, oil on copper of the Spanish School is a superb antique and a real work of art, full of religious intensity. Dimensions: Painting: Width: 7.28 in / 18.5 cm. Height: 9.29 in / 23.6 cm. Frame: Width: 10.24 in / 26 cm. Height: 12.6 in / 32 cm."IMPORTANT: In order to export antique artwork outside of Spain, it is necessary to apply for a special art export permit that is processed by the Spanish Ministry of Culture. These permits can take between 2 and 6 weeks, after which time it can be exported as antique artwork. Keep this in mind when purchasing."

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