This painting is part of the group: Panels from an Altarpiece

Saint Bartholomew is shown with his traditional attribute of the knife with which he was flayed. Saint Monica was a fourth-century saint, whose cult seems to have been developed after her relics were taken to Rome (from Ostia where she died) in 1430.

Key facts

Artist
Artist dates
about 1418 - 1479
Full title
Saint Bartholomew and Saint Monica
Group
Date made
probably about 1470
Medium and support
Tempera on wood
Dimensions
142.5 x 59.5 cm
Acquisition credit
Bought, 1857
Inventory number
NG586.3
Location in Gallery

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