Saint Anthony reads a book and holds his tau-shaped cross; Saint Francis crosses his hands before him, showing his stigmata, and looks heavenwards. This work, and its companion picture 'Saints Andrew and Thomas' by Bernini, are both recorded in a 1692 inventory of the Barberini collection, Rome.
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These two paintings were presumably made as pendants, or companion pieces, and would have hung together.