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Saint Catherine of Siena and Saint Cecilia

Photo credit: The Courtauld Gallery

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This panel is part of a set of three that once formed the predella (or base) for the main altar of a Florentine convent of Dominican nuns, dedicated to Saint Peter Martyr. In the two roundels are depicted a Dominican nun (probably Catherine of Siena) and Cecilia. The other two panels depict the dead Christ flanked by Mary Magdalen and Saint John the Evangelist, and Saints Catherine of Alexandria and Agnes.

The Courtauld Gallery


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  • Medium

    tempera on panel

  • Measurements

    20.6 x 50 cm

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  • Acquisition method

    bequeathed by Mark Gambier-Parry, 1966


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