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Saint Barbara Retablo by Ruben Gallegos

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Saint Barbara is the patroness of prisoners, the home, lightning storms, builders, architects, miners, and electricians. The retablo is hand painted by Ruben Gallegos, who uses natural pigments on gessoed wooden boards. Ruben is from Northern New Mexico, and his work is designed and made in a traditional manner. Made in 2005. 8 7/8” tall x 5 ½” long x ¾” wide

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Weight 2 lbs
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