Untitled No. 7
Relief Sculpture A relief depicting the face of Jesus. He appears to have his eyes closed, is wearing a crown of thorns, and appears to have drapery, or some form of cloth flanking either side of his face. Below the relief is the Roman numeral, “VI.” The frame the relief is placed in is in the form of a blocky cross. 6.5” x 6.5” Artist: Unknown Donor: Unknown Joan C. Potente Chapel
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