Andrea Mantegna
St. Euphemia

Distemper on canvas, 67.3 x 30.7 in. (171 x 78 cm.)
Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte, Naples, Italy

St. Euphemia is identified by the lion at her side and the sword piercing her breast. Mantegna also has her holding a lily stalk and palm branch, symbols respectively of her virginity and her martyrdom.

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