Pictorial portrait of Francisco de Jaso y Azpilicueta
Religious painting of the Navarrese missionary belonging to the Jesus company founded in 1534 by the Spanish religious Ignacio de Loyola, with whom he maintained a close relationship. He was, therefore, a Jesuit missionary of the first order. Noted for his missions in East Asia and Japan, receiving the nickname of Apostle of the Indies. He was beatified by Pope Paul V in 1619 and canonized in 1622 by Pope Gregory XV.
- Oil painting with final varnishing.
- Canvas arranged on a wooden frame.
- 55 x 46 centimeters | Vertical format.
- Sacred Art | Impressionism | Expressionism.