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|Painting, Oil on canvas, 55.5x32 cm|
|Origin: Spain, Circa 1630, Zurbaran, Francisco de|
|Personage: St Francis of Assisi|
|Source of entry: Marble Palace, Petrograd, 1919|
|Theme: The Bible and Christianity|
Comparing El Grecos St Francis Venerating the Crucifix to El
Two triangles are also being formed by St. Francis’s hands being crossed on his chest. In St. John the Baptist, on the other hand, the overall shape of St. ...
Reviews: Nature, Artifice, and Giovanni Bellini's
The man is easily recognized as St. Francis from his light brown cassock and tonsure ... his hands and chest and a brother Franciscan bears stunned witness. ...
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