Pictorial portrait of Giovanni di Pietro Bernardone
Religious painting of the holy Umbro and deacon San Francesco d'Assisi, founder during the Middle Ages of the Franciscan Order, de a Second Order (Poor Clares Sisters) and a Secular Third Order. She stood out for her great spirituality and abandonment of her material wealth to live under repentance in poverty. His stigmatizations of Christ were visible for the first time in history. He was declared a saint by Pope Gregory IX in 1228, laying the first stone personally the next day of what would be the Patriarchal Basilica of Saint Francis located in Assisi.
- Oil painting with final varnishing.
- Canvas arranged on a wooden frame.
- 55 x 46 centimeters | Vertical format.
- Sacred Art | Impressionism | Expressionism.