Beautiful painting on copper eighteenth time, in a gilt wood frame of the nineteenth time.
Saint Christine is represented in the center of the stage, attached to a column, simply dressed in a drape, her body pierced with arrows. Her face of great beauty is wearing a long wavy hair. On the right of the composition is a tower and the lake of Bolsena, in Tuscany, in which was thrown the Saint during his martyrdom.
Historical annecdote : St. Christina of Rome, was the daughter of the Roman governor Urban very attached to the worship of idols. When Christine converted to Christianity her father's anger knew no bounds. Christine was martyred and thrown, a stone around her neck, into Lake Bolsene, but an Angel led her safely to the shore. Finally, attached to a column, she was pierced with arrows.