San Jacinto ("St. Hyacinth")

17th century
Wood, polychrome, approximately 4 feet tall (1.22 m.)
Church of Santa María de la Natividad (Preciosa Sangre de Cristo), Teotitlán del Valle, Mexico

The santo holds a statue of the Virgin and Child in his left hand and a monstrance in his right. These are St. Hyacinth's attributes, referring to the two things he rescued from a burning church. He wears an interpretation of the customary Dominican black-and-white habit.

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Photographed at the site by Claire and Richard Stracke, shared under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.