Virgin of Guadalupe Ornament
On December 12, 1531, a poor Indian named Juan Diego saw a vision of the Virgin and after her third appearance to him she instructed him to pick some nearby roses which he carried to church in his blanket. When he opened the blanket, the image of the Virgin was imprinted on it exactly as Juan Diego had seen her. This limited edition ornament is based on an oil painting of the Virgin of Guadalupe in the IMA's permanent collection. It is hand blown and painted in Poland.
Measures approx 8" x 3 ½".
Notecards based on the Virgin of Guadalupe painting are also available.