Saints Catherine, Sebastian and Roch are Shown the Way by an Angel Category: work of art
Church of San Giovanni Elemosinario
Vasari recounts that Pordenone was commissioned with the painting by certain noble families in order to challenge Titian during his absence from Venice. In reality, it was created around 1535 for the confraternity of the Corrieri, whose patron saints are depicted in complex, affected poses typical of the artist.
VENEZIA ● CHIESA DI SAN GIOVANNI ELEMOSINARIO ● I SS. CATERINA, SEBASTIANO E ROCCO CUI UN ANGELO MOSTRA IL CAMMINO ● SAN GIOVANNI ELEMOSINARIO ● GIOVANNI ANTONIO DE' SACCHIS ● PORDENONE ● SANTI CATERINA SEBASTIANO ROCCO
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