St Gregory the Great Art Photos

St Gregory the Great (540-604) was one of the four Latin Fathers of the Church. He became Pope in 590, introduced Gregorian Chant, led a procession through Rome against a plague, had a vision of Archangel Michael who predicted quick end to plague, built Castel St Angelo on site of vision (atop Hadrian's mausoleum), & sent missionaries throughout Europe and England.
Symbols: dove (whispering in his ear).

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Statue of church father St Gregory the Great with symbol dove on shoulder at Wieskirche. Steingaden, Germany.St James the Greater & St Gregory panel painting by Giovanni da Milano at Uffizi Gallery. Florence, Italy.Wooden winged altarpiece centered by Mass of St Gregory flanked by Virgin Mary & Child, Sts Anne & Cosmas & Damian with 12 Apostles in wings at Aachen Cathedral Treasury. Aachen, Germany.St Gangolf & St Gregory the Great paintings by Master of Messkirch of Germany at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.
Statue of church father St Gregory the Great with symbol dove on shoulder at Wieskirche. Steingaden, Germany.St James the Greater & St Gregory panel painting (1360-5) by Giovanni da Milano at Uffizi Gallery. Florence, Italy.Wooden winged altarpiece centered by Mass of St Gregory flanked by Virgin Mary & Child, Sts Anne & Cosmas & Damian with 12 Apostles in wings (c1525) at Aachen Cathedral Treasury. Aachen, Germany.St Gangolf & St Gregory the Great paintings (c1535-40) by Master of Messkirch of Germany at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.
Saint Gregory with Saints Domitilla, Maurus & Papianus painting by Peter Paul Rubens at Berlin Gemaldegalerie. Berlin, Germany.Squinch mural of St Gregory the Great, one of four doctors of the church, at Mission San Xavier del Bac. Tucson, AZ.St Gregory ceramic by Andrea della Robbia of Florence at Bode Museum. Berlin, Germany.Saints Matthew, Mark, Ambrose & Gregory stained glass window in Notre Dame Cathedral. Paris, France.
Saint Gregory with Saints Domitilla, Maurus & Papianus painting (1606) by Peter Paul Rubens at Berlin Gemaldegalerie. Berlin, Germany.Squinch mural of St (Pope) Gregory the Great, one of four doctors of the church, at Mission San Xavier del Bac. Tucson, AZ.St Gregory ceramic (c1490) by Andrea della Robbia of Florence at Bode Museum. Berlin, Germany.Saints Matthew, Mark, Ambrose & Gregory stained glass window in Notre Dame Cathedral. Paris, France.

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