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Christ as a Pilgrim Met by Two Dominicans, 15th century, (c1909). Artist: Fra Angelico Featured Image

Christ as a Pilgrim Met by Two Dominicans, 15th century, (c1909). Artist: Fra Angelico

Christ as a Pilgrim Met by Two Dominicans, 15th century, (c1909). Italian Early Renaissance painter Fra Angelico (born Guido di Pietro, c1395-1455) was a Dominican friar (his name means Angelic friar'), and carried out commissions in Florence, and in Rome for Pope Eugene IV. From Fra Angelico - Masterpieces in Colour, by S. L. Bensusan. [T. C. & E. C. Jack, Frederick A. Stokes Co. London & New York, c1909]

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Fra Angelico, c1909
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Fra Angelico, c1909
Detail from the Coronation of the Virgin, 15th century, (c1909). Artist: Fra Angelico Featured Image

Detail from the Coronation of the Virgin, 15th century, (c1909). Artist: Fra Angelico

Detail from the Coronation of the Virgin, 15th century, (c1909). Italian Early Renaissance painter Fra Angelico (born Guido di Pietro, c1395-1455) was a Dominican friar (his name means Angelic friar'), and carried out commissions in Florence, and in Rome for Pope Eugene IV. From Fra Angelico - Masterpieces in Colour, by S. L. Bensusan. [T. C. & E. C. Jack, Frederick A. Stokes Co. London & New York, c1909]

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Virgin and Child with St Anthony of Padua and St Thomas Aquinas, early 15th century. Artist: Fra Angelico Featured Image

Virgin and Child with St Anthony of Padua and St Thomas Aquinas, early 15th century. Artist: Fra Angelico

Virgin and Child with St Anthony of Padua and St Thomas Aquinas, early 15th century. St Thomas Aquinas (1226-1274), called Doctor Angelicus, Italian scholastic philosopher, Christian theologian and member of the Dominican orde, holds an open book, perhaps his Summa Theologia. St Anthony of Padua (c1193-1231), Franciscan preacher, called The Hammer of Heretics, holds an open book and a madonna lily. The Dominicans followed Aquinas's teaching, while the Franciscans followed that of his rival Duns Scotus (c1265-1308), called Doctor Subtilis. Originally in the monastery of San Domenico da Fiesole, now in the collection of the Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg, Russia

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