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The Marriage of Saint Catherine of Siena
Lorenzo d'Alessandro da Sanseverino

On the left are Saint Dominic and Saint Catherine. On the right kneels an unnamed Dominican beatus, probably the Blessed Costanzo da Fabriano (died 1481 or 1482). The standing saint is Augustine.

After death, the Blessed Constanzo's head was transferred to the Benedictine nuns of S. Sebastiano, Fabriano, in 1502 or 1503.

Key facts
Artist Lorenzo d'Alessandro da Sanseverino
Artist dates active 1468; died 1503
Full title The Marriage of Saint Catherine of Siena
Date made probably about 1481-1500
Medium and support Tempera and oil on wood
Dimensions 144.8 x 145.4 cm
Inscription summary Signed; Inscribed
Acquisition credit Bought, 1854
Inventory number NG249
Location in Gallery Not on display
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