Menina with Handkerchief - Small.
This sculpture is a modern approach to the 1600s classic art. It is inspired by the Spanish painter Diego Velazquez one of the most important painters of the Spanish Golden Age. In Spanish and Portuguese, Menina means young girl or miss. It was also the name given to the girls who from a very young age were dedicated to serve the royal family in the palace.
Meninas are collectible artwork and are usually brought together as a group to replicate the number of females, daughters or granddaughters in the family.
Dimensions: 7.75” H x 5” W x 2.5” D
Artist: Maria Lea Cerdá.
Artwork made in resin and wood base. Hand-painted with details in gold dust. Certificate of Authenticity included.
Handmade in Venezuela.
Actual products may vary slightly from what is pictured due to a hand painted variation and vintage finish.
Also available in additional sizes, colors and styles. Each sales separately.
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