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Last Conversation between St. Benedict and St. Scholastica, 15th century (fresco)



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Last Conversation between St. Benedict and St. Scholastica, 15th century (fresco)

LRI4690611 Last Conversation between St. Benedict and St. Scholastica, 15th century (fresco) by Umbrian School, (15th century); Monastero di San Benedetto (Santuario Sacro Spero), Subiaco, Rome, Lazio, Italy; (add.info.: The last meeting on 06/02/547 of Saint Benoit de Nursie and her sister Sainte Scolastique (Scholastique) (v. 480-v. 547), a few days before the death of the nun A thunderstorm breaks miraculously that forces Saint Benoit to stay with her sister all night. Detail. Fresco of the Umbria school of the 15th century. Superior Church. Monastery of Saint Benedetto (Sacro Speco), Subiaco (Rome), Italy); Luisa Ricciarini; Italian, out of copyright

Media ID 23325258

© Luisa Ricciarini / Bridgeman Images

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21"x14" (+3" Border) Fine Art Print

Experience the spiritual beauty of the Last Conversation between St. Benedict and St. Scholastica, as depicted in this exquisite 15th century fresco by the Umbrian School. This Fine Art Print from Media Storehouse captures the essence of Luisa Ricciarini's masterpiece, showcasing the deep connection and reverence between the two saints in a timeless work of art. Bring the serene and sacred atmosphere of a 15th century monastery into your home or office with this stunning addition to your decor.

21x14 image printed on 27x20 Fine Art Rag Paper with 3" (76mm) white border. Our Fine Art Prints are printed on 300gsm 100% acid free, PH neutral paper with archival properties. This printing method is used by museums and art collections to exhibit photographs and art reproductions.

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Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 53.3cm x 35.5cm (21" x 14")

Estimated Product Size is 68.6cm x 50.8cm (27" x 20")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) orientation to match the source image.


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This print captures the poignant last conversation between two revered saints, St. Benedict and St. Scholastica, in the 15th century fresco by the Umbrian School. The scene depicts their final meeting on June 2nd, 547 AD, just days before St. Scholastica's passing. The artwork showcases a miraculous occurrence as a thunderstorm breaks out unexpectedly, compelling St. Benedict to remain with his sister throughout the night. Every detail of this fresco is meticulously painted, from the aureole surrounding both saints to the holy food set before them on crockery. In this Renaissance masterpiece, we see a glass of red wine and bread symbolizing sustenance and nourishment for body and soul during their prayerful meal together. The knife and covered dishes suggest an atmosphere of reverence and solemnity within this religious order. Luisa Ricciarini's skillful capture brings forth not only the beauty of this quattrocento painting but also its profound spiritual significance. It transports us back to a time when faith played an integral role in people's lives. As we gaze upon this image, we are reminded of the enduring legacy left by these biblical figures who shaped Christianity during medieval times. This remarkable piece serves as a testament to Italian artistry and spirituality that continues to inspire awe even today.

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