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St Sebastian Mantegna

In spite of declining health, Mantegna continued to be active. Other works of this period include the Madonna of the Caves, the St.

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Mantegna, he had referred to the saint as the Athlete of Christ.
occasions, on Mantegna's attitude to these and other materials, which, at the suggestion of . with a live and bleeding one in the painting of St.
The Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian (Mantegna)
The Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian (Mantegna). Page 2. Masochism and Male Subjectivity.
SynJet Thermal Management for Museum Lighting
to light up the powerful painting St. Sebastian (1490) by Andrew Mentegna in the ALFA 20 LEDs in the chapel to light Mantegna's famous St.
Giovanni Bellini
15 Mantegna, Saint Sebastian, probably 1459. 65. 16 Piet`a with the Virgin and Saint John, with Saints Mark and.

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St. Sebastian (Mantegna) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
St. Sebastian is the subject of three paintings by the Italian Early Renaissance master Andrea Mantegna.
Andrea Mantegna: San Sebastian (1457-58)
Grove Dictionary of Art on Mantegna's San Sebastian.
Mantegna's Saint Sebastian - Smarthistory
Andrea Mantegna. St. Sebastian. - Olga's Gallery
Andrea Mantegna. St. Sebastian.
Andrea Mantegna St Sebastian

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