Confraternity Santo Costado de Cristo
With the aim of completing the procession of the Holy Burial in 1980, being president Mr Juan Jiménez Fernández, it is ordered to the sculptor Mr Javier Santos de la Hera, the realization of an image of Crucifixed Christ in the moment of the Expiration, walking for the first time in 1981.
Canonically erected in the Santiago’s Main Church.
The anderos’ tunic in white wool with black velvet sash with the confraternity’s shield embroidered in gold. Black velvet hood.
The standard: a design realised by Mr José Tévar, made in the embroidery workshops in India. Embroidered on black velvet. In the middle, a painting to oil by Bartolomé Medina, representing Christ in the moment on the Expiration.
Guide-Maces: of silvery silversmithing of the workshops Orrico from Valencia.
Crucifixed Christ in the moment of the Expiration, with the glance put on Heaven.
Javier Santos de las Heras, born in Bilbao, settled in Madrid, where he won the National Sculpture Award.
In 1988 it is made a new throne in the workshops of the famous Sevillian carver Mr Manuel Guzmán Bejarano. Made in mahogany wood, illuminated with four torches in its colour.