Giambattista Piazzetta
The Archangel Raphael and SS. Anthony of Padua and Louis Bertrand

Circa 1730
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.

More of St. Anthony of Padua
More of St. Louis Bertrand
More of St. Raphael

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Photographed at the church by Richard Stracke, shared under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.