Allegory for the Jesuits; in a tholos, St Ignatius of Loyola and St Francis Xavier holding a flaming heat surmounted by the letters IHS in glory; above the temple, the Virgin holding a cross; around the temple, allegorical figures representing the four parts of the world and Envy. 1619/24 Engraving

An00014060 001 l

Thing

Made Of
paper
Type of Thing
print
School
French
Subject
allegory/personification, christianity
Techniques
engraving

Place

In Gallery
French XVIIc Mounted Imp

Time

Acquired In
1865
Made
1619-1624

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