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Displaying the Body of Saint Bonaventure

Displaying the Body of Saint Bonaventure (1629) by Francisco de Zurbarán

Displaying the Body of Saint Bonaventure (French: Exposition du corps de saint Bonaventure) is a 1629 oil painting on canvas by the Spanish painter Francisco de Zurbarán, now in the Louvre. Around the body of Saint Bonaventure are figures including James I of Aragon and Pope Gregory X, shown in conversation. It formed part of a series of paintings on the saint's life – the other works are Saint Bonaventure at the Council of Lyon (Louvre), Saint Bonaventure and the Angel (Dresden) and Saint Bonaventure and Saint Thomas Aquinas before a Crucifix (Berlin).[1]

References

  1. ^ María Isabel Sánchez Quevedo, Zurbarán, Madrid, Akal, 2001 (Spanish). ISBN 9788446009306
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