The birth of the Child Jesus in the Antiques Auction
The birth of the Child Jesus has been a recurring theme in the painting since the beginning of Christianity, it is one of the main events in the Christian Liturgical calendar together with the Passion, Death and Resurrection; It has been the task of the artists of different times to spread these messages, the theme has been represented in three ways: the nativity, the adoration of the kings and the adoration of the shepherds, it was until the 15th century where the Baby Jesus passed to being the center in the composition, in all existing forms of representation the intimacy of the scene and the unimportant presence of Joseph coincide.
In the next Antiquities Auction of the month of January 2019, we will have exceptional representative pieces of the Nativity of the Child Jesus, where the representation of the Holy Family is executed in a harmonious, serene and balanced manner; where the most illuminated part of the picture gives the protagonism sought to the Child Jesus, the cherubs are placed in the upper part of the picture and next to the Holy Family, the wise men filled with gifts to the newborn.
We look forward to participating with us in the auctions of the Department of Antiques of 2019, where in addition to art pieces we will have an important section of national and international silverware, we invite you to be aware of our website and social networks to know soon the complete catalog.
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