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St Lucy Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 9 pictures in our St Lucy collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Saint Lucy, About 1500. Creators: Vergós Workshop, Rafael Vergós
Saint Lucy, About 1500. Creators: Vergós Workshop, Rafael Vergós
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Martyrdom of Saint Lucy. Creator: Jacques Bellange
Martyrdom of Saint Lucy. Creator: Jacques Bellange
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Sts. Maxentius & Leander; Sts. Sergius & Paul; Sts. Eustratius & Orestes; St
Sts. Maxentius & Leander; Sts. Sergius & Paul; Sts. Eustratius & Orestes; St
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Saint Lucy and a Donor, c. 1585/1595. Creators: Paolo Veronese, Gabriele Caliari
Saint Lucy and a Donor, c. 1585/1595. Creators: Paolo Veronese, Gabriele Caliari
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The Martyrdom and Last Communion of Saint Lucy, c. 1585/1586. Creator: Paolo Veronese
The Martyrdom and Last Communion of Saint Lucy, c. 1585/1586. Creator: Paolo Veronese
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Saint Lucy, c. 1473/1474. Creator: Francesco del Cossa
Saint Lucy, c. 1473/1474. Creator: Francesco del Cossa
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Saint Barbara (left), Saint Catherine, (center), Saint Lucy (right), ca. 1500-1527., ca
Saint Barbara (left), Saint Catherine, (center), Saint Lucy (right), ca. 1500-1527., ca
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The Saints Sebastian, Irene and Lucia, 1628. Artist: Jusepe de Ribera
The Saints Sebastian, Irene and Lucia, 1628. Artist: Jusepe de Ribera
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St Elizabeth of Hungary and St Lucy, 1878
St Elizabeth of Hungary and St Lucy, 1878
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St Elizabeth of Hungary and St Lucy, 1878 Featured Image

St Elizabeth of Hungary and St Lucy, 1878

St Elizabeth of Hungary and St Lucy, 1878. Elizabeth (1207-1231) was the daughter of Andras II of Hungary. After the death in 1227 of her husband Louis IV, Landgrave of Thuringia, from plague while on crusade, she joined the Franciscan order and cared for the poor, becoming noted for her asceticism and piety. St Lucy (d304) was martyred by the sword at Syracuse during the persecution of Christians under the Emperor Diocletian (245-313)

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