Our Lady of Guadalupe is a Catholic title of Mary, mother of Jesus, associated with a series of five Marian apparitions, which are believed to have occurred in December 1531 at Tepeyac Hill, Mexico.
This sculpture is a depiction of her fifth appearance on the cloak of Juan Diego, a native of Mexico. The basilica, where the original cloak is hung, is one of the most-visited Catholic shrines in the world.
(Material: Clay, Porcelain and Ceramic Composite)
(Height: ~69.5 cm, Width: ~ 31 cm, Depth: ~20 cm)