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Back, inscription, post-conservation / Saint Ginés de la Jara; Luisa Roldán (called "La Roldana") (Spanish, 1652 - 1706), Polychromer: Tomás de Los Arcos (Spanish, born 1661); Spain; about 1692; Polychromed wood (pine and cedar) with glass eyes; 175.9 x 91.9 x 74 cm (69 1/4 x 36 3/16 x 29 1/8 in.); 85.SD.161

Back, inscription, post-conservation / Saint Ginés de la Jara; Luisa Roldán (called "La Roldana") (Spanish, 1652 - 1706), Polychromer: Tomás de Los Arcos (Spanish, born 1661); Spain; about 1692; Polychromed wood (pine and cedar) with glass eyes; 175.9 x 91.9 x 74 cm (69 1/4 x 36 3/16 x 29 1/8 in.); 85.SD.161

The right hand of Luisa Roldan’s Saint Ginés de la Jara, made about 1692. She created the saint’s form with wood boxes, then attached separately carved hands, feet, head, and robes from blocks.  + How the hand was painted.

The right hand of Luisa Roldan’s Saint Ginés de la Jara, made about 1692. She created the saint’s form with wood boxes, then attached separately carved hands, feet, head, and robes from blocks. + How the hand was painted.

Saint Ginés de la Jara; Luisa Roldán (called "La Roldana") (Spanish, 1652 - 1706), Polychromer: Tomás de Los Arcos (Spanish, born 1661); Spain; about 1692; Polychromed wood (pine and cedar) with glass eyes; 175.9 × 91.9 × 74 cm (69 1/4 × 36 3/16 × 29 1/8 in.); 85.SD.161

Saint Ginés de la Jara; Luisa Roldán (called "La Roldana") (Spanish, 1652 - 1706), Polychromer: Tomás de Los Arcos (Spanish, born 1661); Spain; about 1692; Polychromed wood (pine and cedar) with glass eyes; 175.9 × 91.9 × 74 cm (69 1/4 × 36 3/16 × 29 1/8 in.); 85.SD.161

Virgen de la Merced Sevillian School Polychromed Wood Sculpture in the Style of Luisa Roldan or Jose Montes de Oca

Virgen de la Merced Sevillian School Polychromed Wood Sculpture in the Style of Luisa Roldan or Jose Montes de Oca

Luisa Ignacia Roldán, called La Roldana (Seville 1652-1706 Madrid)  Corpus Christi  Polychrome wood Height 42.5 cm Circa 1690-1706 Daniel Katz Ltd, Tefaf 2015

Luisa Ignacia Roldán, called La Roldana (Seville 1652-1706 Madrid) Corpus Christi Polychrome wood Height 42.5 cm Circa 1690-1706 Daniel Katz Ltd, Tefaf 2015

Making a Spanish Polychrome Sculpture

Making a Spanish Polychrome Sculpture

Ecce Homo. Catedral de Cádiz. Luisa Roldán (1684)

Ecce Homo. Catedral de Cádiz. Luisa Roldán (1684)

'Inmaculada Concepción' de Gregorio Fernández (Sarria, 1576-Valladolid, 1636). La escultura fue tallada en 1630 en madera tallada

'Inmaculada Concepción' de Gregorio Fernández (Sarria, 1576-Valladolid, 1636). La escultura fue tallada en 1630 en madera tallada

Madonna and Child with Saint John the Baptist, ca. 1692, Luisa Ignacia Roldán, Spanish, Terra cotta with polychromy, Gift of Mrs. George C. Stacy in memory of William and Elizabeth Kehl, 78-05, Loyola University Museum of Art

Madonna and Child with Saint John the Baptist, ca. 1692, Luisa Ignacia Roldán, Spanish, Terra cotta with polychromy, Gift of Mrs. George C. Stacy in memory of William and Elizabeth Kehl, 78-05, Loyola University Museum of Art

Saint Ginés de la Jara (also known as Ginés de la Xara, Ginés el Franco, Genesius Sciarensis), semi-legendary saint of Spain. Statue by "La Roldana," Luisa Ignacia Roldán, 1692

Saint Ginés de la Jara (also known as Ginés de la Xara, Ginés el Franco, Genesius Sciarensis), semi-legendary saint of Spain. Statue by "La Roldana," Luisa Ignacia Roldán, 1692

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