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Spanish Colonial Santos, Saint John at the Foot of the Cross
4/8/2016 - American Indian and Western Art: Live Salesroom Auction
Ecuadorian, made of wood, polychromed and gilded; glass eyes, height 17.5 in.
ca 1780s

Possibly made in the same shop as a Crucifixion curated at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (accession no. 64.164.230a–f).
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