The Archangel Raphael and SS. Anthony of Padua and Louis Bertrand
Church of San Stefano, Venice
St. Anthony is identified by the broad tonsure, Franciscan habit, lily stalk, and book; St. Louis, by the black cassock and white surplice. The object hanging from Raphael's neck appears to be a gourd, such as we usually see hanging from a pilgrim's staff. It is not clear that the boy at his feet is Tobiah, who is usually portrayed as a youth.
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Photographed at the church by Richard Stracke, shared under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.