Francesco Leoncini (pistoia, Late 500-1647) - San Jacopo
Oil painting on canvas depicting San Jacopo or Giacomo, protector and patron of the city of Pistoia. Period: 1600 Expertise: Prof. Alessandro Nesi
The best known symbol belonging to San Giacomo as a pilgrim is that of the shell he wears as an attribute and is placed on the mantle. Measurements on canvas: width 64 cm; height 76 cm.
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