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Sts Bartholomew and Julian the Hospitaler

Photo credit: Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford

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This painting belongs to a lost altarpiece of which two other fragments are known showing 'The Virgin and Child' and 'Sts Leonard and James the Great'. The apostle Bartholomew is usually depicted with a knife, the instrument of his martyrdom. St Julian, a nobleman who accidentally murdered his parents, founded a hospice for travellers in atonement. The artist formerly known as the Master of Santo Spirito has been plausibly identified as Agnolo di Domenico.

The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology

Oxford


Medium

tempera, oil (?) & gold on panel

Measurements

H 77.9 x W 64 cm

Accession number

WA1850.14

Acquisition method

Fox-Strangways Gift, 1850

Work type

Painting


The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology

Beaumont Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX1 2PH England

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