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The iconography of this subject was fairly standard from the time of the fresco cycle in the Upper Church at Assisi: Saint Francis kneels at the hillside, the palms of his hands up turned to receive the stigmata, in the form of rays of light emanating from the figure of Christ within the seraph.

English Heritage, The Wellington Collection, Apsley House

London


Date

c.1650

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 56.3 x W 48.2 cm

Accession number

WM.1605-1948

Acquisition method

management transferred from the Victoria and Albert Museum to English Heritage, 2004

Work type

Painting


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