Saint Stephen the Protomartyr

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Tilman Riemenschneider, Saint Lawrence, Detail, Lindenwood with polychromy and gilding © Cleveland Museum of Art Medieval World, Medieval Art, Statues, Tableaux Vivants, Renaissance Portraits, Cleveland Museum Of Art, European Paintings, Art Carved, Schneider

Saint Lawrence

This sculpture, along with that of Saint Stephen (1959.43), and two female saints preserved in Frankfurt (Historisches Museum), are believed to be the remaining fragments of a large altarpiece carved

Saint Stephen Artist:Hans Leinberger (German, active Date:ca. Geography:Made in Lower Bavaria Culture:South German Medium:Limewood with traces of paint Dimensions:Overall: 33 x 21 x 8 x x Classification:Sculpture-Wood Statues, Saint Stephen, Byzantine Art, Catholic Saints, Medieval Art, Sacred Art, Christian Art, Religious Art, Wood Sculpture

Hans Leinberger | Saint Stephen | South German | The Met

Saint Stephen sits upon a low, partially draped, backless bench. He wears a dalmatic over a long tunic, indicating his position in the church as a deacon, and in his right hand he holds an open book supporting three rocks, referring to his death by stoning

 Stephen was the first disciple of Jesus to receive the martyr's crown. His name means "crown. Catholic Saints, Patron Saints, Roman Catholic, Saints Days, All Saints, English Christmas, Christmas Carol, Early Christian, Christian Church

St. Stephen - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online

Saint Stephen was one of the first ordained deacons of the Church. He was also the first Christian martyr. The Greek word from which we derive the English word martyr literally means witness. In that sense, every Christian is called to bear witness to Jesus Christ, in both their words and their ...

Saint Stephen, Tilman Riemenschneider (German, c. lindenwood with polychromy and gilding, Overall - cm inches) Statues, Visual Metaphor, Saint Stephen, Cleveland Museum Of Art, Renaissance Fashion, Effigy, Catholic Saints, Anglo Saxon, Medieval Art

Saint Lawrence

This sculpture, along with that of Saint Stephen (1959.43), and two female saints preserved in Frankfurt (Historisches Museum), are believed to be the remaining fragments of a large altarpiece carved

'St Stephen' by Italian (Venetian) Renaissance painter Carlo Crivelli A side panel of the Demidoff Altarpiece made for the high altar of San Domenico in Ascoli Piceno. via The National Gallery, London Italian Renaissance, Renaissance Art, Medieval Art, Catholic Saints, Roman Catholic, Zou, Andrea Mantegna, Giovanni Bellini, National Gallery

The Feast of Stephen

Carlo Crivelli (1435 – 1495) - Polyptych of San Domenico.Saint Stephen (detail). National Gallery, London.