Tabernacle of the Iglesia Mayor Prioral, El Puerto de Santa Maria, Spain

Capilla del Sagrario.

Destaca el magnífico retablo de plata mexicana realizado en 1682. En el siglo XVIII se añadieron al retablo las credencias laterales y la balaustrada también de plata de la capilla y en el XIX se sustituyó el águila que lo remataba por la corona que tiene en la actualidad. Destacan  un ángel lamparero, atribuido a la imaginera Luisa Roldán, "La Roldana" y el cuadro de Jesús Nazareno.

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Copyright: Javier De Lucas
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6110x3055
Taken: 18/03/2011
Uploaded: 20/03/2011
Updated: 09/03/2015


Tags: iglesia; iglesia mayor prioral; el puerto; el puerto de santa maría; sagrario; retablo
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