This painting show the heads or busts of nine kneeling men and part of a male, possibly patron saint. It was probably painted as part of a confraternity banner or standard once in the Charterhouse of Pavia, which belonged to the unknown confraternity. Another painting which probably formed part of the same banner depicts 'Female Members of a Confraternity'.
Male Members of a Confraternity
Medium and support
Oil on silk or linen, mounted on wood
64.5 x 41.9 cm
Location in Gallery