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The Holy Trinity with St Philip Neri in Glory

Photo credit: The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology

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This painting served as a model for the fresco in the cupola of the chapel of S. Filippo Neri in the church of the Oratorians, Naples, which was painted by Solimena in 1727–1730. St Philip Neri (1515–1595), the founder of the Oratorian order, receives a crown or halo from an angel, while a female religious figure, probably St Francesca Romana (1384–1440) looks on. The leading Neapolitan artist of the late baroque period, Solimena was a rapid and versatile painter who worked for an international clientele.

The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology



c. 1727–1730


oil on canvas


H 75.5 x W 102.5 cm

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Purchased by subscription, 1937

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