Confraternity Santísimo Cristo de la Sentencia
For walking on Sunday of Resurrection, the Brotherhood, making a great effort, orders to the Murcian sculptor Antonio Labaña Serrano in 1996, a sculptural group of three figures richly dressed with magnificent brocades, forming an excellent combination for this festive procession in the morning.
Canonically erected in the Santiago’s Main Church.
It represents the moment of the Appearance of Jesús to His Disciples at the Tiberíades lake.
It is a work by the religious images carver Antonio Labaña Serrano, born in La Alberca (Murcia), follower of the Salzillo’s school. He has different sculptural groups in the Región de Murcia and bordering cities.
It is carved in Sweden pine wood, adorned with consoles representing the Confraternity’s shield, it was made in the neighbour city of Yecla, in the workshops of Mr José Ponte.
It is of yellow colour with black velvet hood, the tunic is adhered to body with a black velvet sash, embroidered with the trilogo of Christ. It completes the outfit a green velvet cape.
Made in ivory colour silk, embroidered in gold and gemstones in the Talleres de Bellas Artes in Córdoba, 1994.