Baby Jesus in terracotta from the 18th century
The sculpture of the child in terracotta is lying on a rock.
This iconography can be traced back to the putti of myth and allegory, often also placed in Arcadian contexts to symbolize the golden age or the fleetingness of earthly beauties.
The sculpture is attributable to the Roman school of the eighteenth century.
Presents the lack of a foot and a hand, it needs restoration.
h. 13 x 26 x 12 cm.