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Scholastica Collection

Scholastica, also known as Saint Scholastica, holds a significant place in history alongside her brother, St. Benedict

Background imageScholastica Collection: Saint Scholastica

Saint Scholastica
Vintage engraving of Saint Scholastica (c. 480 a 10 February 543) is a saint of the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Churches

Background imageScholastica Collection: Saint Scholastica

Saint Scholastica
SAINT SCHOLASTICA Italian nun of Plombariola, near Monte Cassino where her friend St Benedict lived

Background imageScholastica Collection: Scholastica & Benedict

Scholastica & Benedict
SAINT SCHOLASTICA Benedictine nun, sister of St Benedict, with whom she is here depicted, while he instructs her Date: circa 480 - circa 543

Background imageScholastica Collection: Virgin and child with John the Baptist as a Boy and Saint Scholastica, Early16th cen

Virgin and child with John the Baptist as a Boy and Saint Scholastica, Early16th cen. Found in the collection of the Collezione di BPER Banca, Modena

Background imageScholastica Collection: Madonna and Child with saints

Madonna and Child with saints
AII78321 Madonna and Child with saints by Tintoretto, Jacopo Robusti (1518-94); Galleria e Museo Estense, Modena, Italy; Italian, out of copyright

Background imageScholastica Collection: Last Conversation between St. Benedict and St. Scholastica, 15th century (fresco)

Last Conversation between St. Benedict and St. Scholastica, 15th century (fresco)
LRI4690359 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

Background imageScholastica Collection: St. Scholastica. Creator: Gilles Rousselet

St. Scholastica. Creator: Gilles Rousselet
St. Scholastica. After Laurent de La Hyre

Background imageScholastica Collection: Lazio Viterbo Montefiascone S. Flaviano Italy

Lazio Viterbo Montefiascone S. Flaviano Italy
Lazio Viterbo Montefiascone S. Flaviano, this is my Italy, the italian country of visual history, Exterior views of the 13th century romanesque church built on top of an older structure the three

Background imageScholastica Collection: Virgin and Child with Saints Benedict, Justina, Placidus and Scholastica, ca 1515

Virgin and Child with Saints Benedict, Justina, Placidus and Scholastica, ca 1515. Found in the collection of Galleria Nazionale, Parma

Background imageScholastica Collection: Anna of Austria with her children, praying to the Holy Trinity with Saints Benedict and Scholastica

Anna of Austria with her children, praying to the Holy Trinity with Saints Benedict and Scholastica. Found in the collection of Musee de l Histoire de France, Chateau de Versailles

Background imageScholastica Collection: St Scholastica, 1886

St Scholastica, 1886. Born in Italy, St Scholastica (c480-543) was the twin sister of St Benedict and was the leader of a community of nuns

Background imageScholastica Collection: Saints John the Evangelist, Scholastica and Benedict (The Liesborn Altarpiece), ca. 1470-1480

Saints John the Evangelist, Scholastica and Benedict (The Liesborn Altarpiece), ca. 1470-1480. Found in the collection of the National Gallery, London

Background imageScholastica Collection: Historia Scholastica (Scholastic History) by

Historia Scholastica (Scholastic History) by

Background imageScholastica Collection: Achensee, Scholastica, Tyrol, Austro-Hungary

Achensee, Scholastica, Tyrol, Austro-Hungary. Date between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900



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Scholastica, also known as Saint Scholastica, holds a significant place in history alongside her brother, St. Benedict. Their bond and devotion to God are beautifully depicted in various artworks throughout the centuries. In the 15th-century fresco titled "Last Conversation between St. Benedict and St. " their profound connection is captured as they engage in their final discussion before parting ways. This artwork symbolizes the deep spiritual connection shared by these two saints. Another masterpiece that showcases Scholastica's importance is "Madonna and Child with Saints. " Painted around 1515 by Francesco Francia, this piece features Scholastica alongside Saints Benedict, Justina, and Placidus. It portrays her as an integral figure within the Christian faith. Philippe de Champaigne's painting "Anna of Austria with her children" depicts Anna praying to the Holy Trinity while accompanied by Saints Benedict and Scholastica. This artwork highlights how she was revered not only for her own virtues but also for inspiring others through her devotion. Gilles Rousselet's creation named "St. Scholastica" further emphasizes her significance within religious artistry during his time period. The attention to detail in this piece showcases both beauty and holiness associated with Saint Scholastica. The Liesborn Altarpiece created by Master of Liesborn presents a scene featuring Saints John the Evangelist, Scholastica, and Benedict together on one panel—a testament to their collective impact on Christianity. Lastly, located in Lazio Viterbo Montefiascone S. Flaviano Italy stands a statue dedicated to Saint Scholasticain 1886—an enduring tribute honoring her legacy even today.