Juan Félix Sánchez
Juan Félix Sánchez (16 May 1900 – 18 April 1997) was Andean folk artist born in San Rafael de Mucuchíes, Mérida, Venezuela. Sánchez' talents included weaving and sculpture, and he was also the architect and builder of the Chapel of San Rafael de Mucuchíes dedicated to the Our Lady of Coromoto at El Tisure, as well as several other small chapels.
Wood Sculpture, of Christ, by Juan Félix.
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