St. James the Greater

Chȃteau de Rouen, before 1270
Stained glass
Musée National de l'Age Médiévale, Paris

St. James the Greater is identified by the scallop shells and by his pilgrim's staff and hat. Usually portraits of James as a pilgrim also put him in pilgrim's clothes, but in this image his garments follow the conventions for portraits of the Apostles.

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