Our Lady of Coromoto Panel #13761
Our Lady of Coromoto, one of the celebrated Marian images In the Catholic tradition, is marvelously pictured in this two-part stained glass panel. The patroness of Venezuela, she became known for her apparition on Guanare in 1651 to the indigenous tribe, the Cospes, who lived in the said region. Our Lady of Coromoto, also called the Virgin of Coromoto, is shown wearing a crown and holding the Child Jesus while on sitting on a throne. Meanwhile, the bottom panel shows the Cospes who were asked by Our Lady to receive Christian baptism in her apparitions. A dazzling blue and gold frame adorns this religious artwork, which honors the Blessed Mother. Easily install it as a window insert for a church or prayer room.
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