Painting

St Sebastian and St Fabian

St Sebastian and St Fabian
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Painting, Oil and tempera on panel, 141.4x89.5 cm
Origin: Spain, Between 1475 and 1500
Personage: St Sebastian
Source of entry: Shuvalov House Museum, Leningrad, 1925
School: Aragon
Theme: The Bible and Christianity
Exibition: Spanish Art: 15th - 19th centuries

See also

Saints - Sebastian
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Catholic Culture : Liturgical Year
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The Roman Sacristan: Feast of Pope Saint Fabian and Saint Sebastian
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San Sebastiano fuori le Mura - Churches of Rome Wiki
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