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St Francis' vision of Christ saying farewell to his mother

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An image of Title/s: St Francis' vision of Christ saying farewell to his mother 
Maker/s: Salimbeni, Ventura (draughtsman) [ULAN info: Italian artist, 1567/8-1613]
Production Notes: A preliminary study for the painting in the church of San Giorgio, Siena, which appears to be by Salimbeni. In that St Francis is shown with his hands extended to show the stigmata and the Magdalen's head is at a slightly different angle. The pair to the painting, likewise in San Giorgio, shows 'St Clare's vision of Christ being nailed to the Cross'. 
Technique Description: pen and brown ink with brown wash on paper 
Dimensions: height: 185 mm, width: 134 mm

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Title/s: St Francis' vision of Christ saying farewell to his mother Maker/s: Salimbeni, Ventura (draughtsman) [ULAN info: Italian artist, 1567/8-1613] Production Notes: A preliminary study for the painting in the church of San Giorgio, Siena, which appears to be by Salimbeni. In that St Francis is shown with his hands extended to show the stigmata and the Magdalen's head is at a slightly different angle. The pair to the painting, likewise in San Giorgio, shows 'St Clare's vision of Christ being nailed to the Cross'. Technique Description: pen and brown ink with brown wash on paper Dimensions: height: 185 mm, width: 134 mm

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  • Accession Number: 3704
  • Photograph copyright © The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
  • Image height: 760 pixels
  • Image width: 558 pixels
  • Processed with: ACD Systems Digital Imaging
  • Filesize: 73.67kB

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