Virgin of Sorrows (Eyes heavenward, praying hands; beige mantle).
The sculpted feet are visible at the hem.
The custodian reports that the entire statue is flesh colored beneath the clothing.
The mantle and wimple are pinned together tightly so as to reveal only the Virgin's face and bald forehead.
The hands hold a white handkerchief.
Pain and sorrow are strongly expressed in the face.
The skin is very finely done and has a life-like sheen, though in some places it has been banged away, revealing the gesso and a dark pattern in gold and red.