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“Saint Ursula" (detail), c.1635-40, Francisco de Zurbarán.

“Saint Ursula" (detail), c.1635-40, Francisco de Zurbarán.

Santa Marina - Taller de Zurbarán

St Marina Francisco de Zurbarán Oil on canvas. Using fairly tight, compact brushwork, Zurbarán lends brilliance to the colours and.

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Francisco de Zurbarán Saint Ursula, c. Palazzo Bianco (Musei di Strada Nuova), Genova Only Artists

Francisco de Zurbarán (Studio of) Saint Rufina The Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, UK “ St. Rufina holds the earthenware which she and St. Justa (patron saints of Seville) sold to support...

Francisco de Zurbarán (Studio of) Saint Rufina The Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, UK St. Rufina holds the earthenware which she and St. Justa (patron saints of Seville) sold to support themselves before their martyrdom on the rack.

St Justa ~ People who were celebrating a pagan festival honoring the Roman gods came to the sisters’ booth. They wanted to buy pots to use in their worship services. Justa and Rufina refused, explaining that they were followers of Christ and did not believe in false gods. The worshippers became angry. They broke all of the Justa’s and Rufina’s pottery, smashing everything to the ground. The sisters responded by breaking an image of Venus, a pagan god.They were arrested immediately.

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Francisco de Zurbarán, Saint Casilda, c. 1630 #baroque #fashion

St Casilda, Francisco de Zurbarán c. 1630 Oil on canvas, 171 x 107 cm Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid

Francisco de Zurbarán | The Young Virgin, oil on canvas, 1623-33, the Metropolitan Museum of Art. According to medieval legend, Maria lived as a girl in the Temple in Jerusalem, where she devoted herself to praying and sewing vestments. This was a subject particularly popular in Italian and Spanish paintings of the seventeenth century, with the Virgin serving as a model of behaviour for young women.

The Young Virgin Francisco de Zurbarán (Spanish, Fuente de Cantos Madrid) Date: ca. Medium: Oil on canvas Dimensions: 46 x 37 in. x 94 cm) Classification: Paintings Credit Line: Fletcher Fund, 1927 Accession Number:

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