Royal Confraternity Jesús de Nazareno
The paso was premiered in 1990 for walking in the Good Friday night, it is a work by Mr. José Antonio Hernández Navarro, a sculptor from Los Ramos, a town next to our capital.
Canonically erected in the Santiago’s Main Church.
Nuestra Señora de las Angustias. It represents the moment in which Christ, after His Descent, He is accepted in His Holy Mother’s bosom.
José Antonio Hernández Navarro, a famous sculptor from Los Ramos, born on the 4th December 1954.
Of a big plinth in concave slope, risen on a platform decorated with silvery and engraved metals on black base. In the corners it rises four metalic inflorescence with their stems planted in vases on the same adornment by incarnated wax.
The anderos of the paso wear a black wool tunic with a sash and hood in the same colour, in each garment goes embroidered the Passion’s symbols and the Confraternity’s shield, on nuanced silks in yellows and ochres.
it is embroidered in gold, silver and silks to the tapestry, on black velvet. The design is of the Jumilla’s artist Mr. José Tévar García and it is made in the Workshops of Mr. José Romero from Sevilla city, in 1991. The central oval shows a copy in oil about the ‘Pietà’ by Bartolomé Bermejo (15th century), made by Mr. Bartolomé Medina.