Virgin and child in alabaster, Flanders 17th century on a round base of the same stone. The Virgin is dressed and headdressed in the manner of a wealthy Flemish lady of the 16th century. The child, bare on his left forearm, holds the globe and blesses with his right hand (Benedictio Graeca), his left foot supported by the Virgin’s right hand. Very touching work from the first half of the 16th century. (c. 1530) The right and left forearm of Christ is a posterior work, as well as the square base in black marble.