Executed in the 17th century, this polychrome linden wood statue represents Saint Etienne.
The young deacon stands upright, in a collected attitude, his head slightly tilted.
He holds a book buttoned by a clasp in his right hand and the stoning stones in his left hand.
The deep and nervous sculpture testifies to the quality of execution.
Wearing curly hair, the face is sculpted with finesse and her gaze expresses great softness.
The first name Etienne comes from the Greek Stephanos which means '' the crowned ''. He is the patron of deacons, bell founders, pavers, and is invoked against headaches.
H. 64 cm x L. 26 cm x D. 17 cm
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