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    Carlo SARACENI - Saint Cecilia and the Angel, c. 1610, Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica, Rome

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    Angel Statue (Saint Michael)

    An angel crowns Saints Valerian and Cecilia (British Library, Harley 2897, fol. 440v), c. 1413-19

    Saints Cecilia and Valentine by Lelio Orsi, Galleria Borghese, Rome.

    Saints Peter, Martha, Mary Magdalene, and Leonard, ca. 1514–16 Correggio (Antonio Allegri) (Italian, Parma, active by 1514, died 1534) Oil on canvas The emblems of the saints are keys (for Peter), a dragon (for Martha), a pot of ointment (for the Magdalene), and fetters (for Leonard). The composition reflects the influence of Raphael's Saint Cecilia at Bologna (about 1514).

    Saint Cecilia Saint Cecilia in stained glass A 19th century depiction of Saint Cecilia in stained glass, from the Stationers' Hall in London.

    John Waterhouse Saint Cecilia (detail) 1895

    Saint Cecilia and the Angels: Paul DELAROCHE

    CARAVAGGIO-The Inspiration of Saint Matthew

    'Meeresleuchten', 2010, oil on canvas, 153 x 102 cm



    Titian (TIZIANO Vecellio) - Mark Enthroned with Saints 1510 Oil on canvas, 230 x 149 cm Santa Maria della Salute, Venice


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    Madonna and Child with the Dead Christ, Saints Agnes and Catherine of Alexandria, and Two Angels. Saint Agnes is on the left and is holding her symbol the lamb.