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Saint Andrew (?)
Gaudenzio Ferrari

This saint is usually identified as Andrew, despite the fact that his cross is usually X-shaped. This work is part of the same altarpiece as 'Christ rising from the Tomb'; other parts are known to have survived. Other compartments show Saints Peter, Paul, Ambrose, Bernard and Anthony Abbot, together with a predella with Christ and the twelve Apostles.

Key facts
Artist Gaudenzio Ferrari
Artist dates active 1508; died 1546
Full title Saint Andrew (?)
Date made 1530-46
Medium and support Oil on poplar
Dimensions 150.5 x 84.5 cm
Acquisition credit Mond Bequest, 1924
Inventory number NG3925
Location in Gallery Room 2
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