Royal Confraternity Jesús Nazareno
Canonically erected in the Santiago’s Main Church.
The tunic and the hood are of black velvet adorned of decorations in gold and the Confraternity’s shield embroidered in the chest. It is adhered to body with golden cord with tassels. It completes the outfit a wide cape also in velvet, in maroon colour.
The standard: according to the design by Mr. José Tévar and an oil about the image of Cristo de la Humildad y Paciencia made by Mr. Bartolomé Medina, which is exhibited in a big medal or cartridge, of a dynamic openwork flower, embroidered in gold. From the two lower points it climbs flexible volutes that, as background composition, valuing its subject and differing from it they are embroidered in silver.
It represents the immediate instant to the execution by Rome of the Lord in the cross. The Lord, already naked, prostrates Himself on His own clothe with expression on anguish on His face.
Francisco Limón Parra, was born in Villanueva del Ariscal (Sevilla). A disciple of Mr Francisco Buiza.
According to a design by Mr. José Tévar and made in the Workshops Orovio de la Torre, it is of silvery and golden metal which stands out on a black base.
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