The Madonna and Child is a very classic depiction of Mother Mary and Infant Baby Jesus in a tradition dating back to the early Renaissance period in the early 1400s. This statue is the central icon for both Catholic and Orthodox churches. The word is the Italian ‘ma donna’ which means ‘my lady’. Living in Nazareth, Mary was visited by the archangel Gabriel who announced to her that she would become the Mother of Jesus by the Holy Spirit.
Even today, famous Churches and Museums in Italy and around the world have paintings and sculptures of the Madonna and Child.
(Material: Clay, Porcelain, Ceramic Composite)
(Height: 65 cm, Width: 33 cm, Depth: 43 cm)