St Eulalia Art Photos
St Eulalia (290 - martyred 303) was a 13-year old Roman Christian virgin who confronted a governor in Spain for his merciless persecution of Christians and was herself tortured and crucified on an X-shaped cross. A dove is reputed to have flown from her mouth upon her death. Attrib. X-shaped cross; stake & dove.
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|Martyrdom of St Eulalia painting (c1442-45) by Bernat Martorell at Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya. Barcelona, Spain.||St Eulalia panel from St Clair & St Catherine altarpiece (1688) by Miquel Nadal & Pere Garcia de Benavarri at Barcelona Cathedral. Barcelona, Spain.||St Eulalia of Barcelona, co-patron saint of Barcelona, statue in Queen Regent's room at Barcelona City Hall. Barcelona, Spain.||Stained glass window with St Eulalia (center) at Barcelona City Hall. Barcelona, Spain.|
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