Antique Stations of the Cross Print by Turgis A Paris (X )
Antique religious art framed. Scene 10 of the stations of the cross. Printed in the late 19th century on heavy paper in Paris by Turgis and co this scene depicts Jesus being stripped of his garments. Strong colors throughout with wonderful iconic imagery this high quality print is encased in its original wood and gesso frame along with its original wooden number placard. Printed on the bottom of each piece is the following
PARIS L. TURGIS & FILS, EDIT. IMP.R. DES ECOLES, 60
This religious art piece was obtained at a church mission in Northridge after the last big earthquake in Los Angeles destroyed it. All items removed from the building were deconsecrated prior to sale to help with the rebuilding costs.
Image size measures 19.5" long by 14" wide. Each framed item measures 27“ long by 18.75“ wide and weighs 6 lbs 7oz.
In fairly good condition with some stains, freys, wear and tear (please see all pictures as they form part of the condition description).
Shop Ref: Art Shelf 4
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