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Maker(s):Master of Santa Coloma
Culture:Andorran (active ca. 1164-1167)
Title:Saint Sylvester, fresco possibly from the Church of Santa Coloma
Date Made:ca. 1164-1167
Type:Painting
Materials:fresco, transferred to canvas (holes filled with plaster)
Place Made:Europe; Andorra
Accession Number:  AC 1941.9
Credit Line:Museum purchase
1941-9.jpg

Label Text:
Originally believed to have come from the transept chapel of the Cathedral of La Seo de Virge, Catalonia, recent scholarship believes that the fresco may have been from the Church of Santa Coloma in Andorra. Painted by the Master of Santa Coloma.

Tags:
portraits; saints; Christianity; religion; writing; robes; halos

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