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Choose from 33 items in our Stigma Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts


Stigma Gallery: Saint Joseph of Cupertino in Ecstasy, First half of the 18th cent.. Creator: Cignaroli
Saint Joseph of Cupertino in Ecstasy, First half of the 18th cent.. Creator: Cignaroli
Stigma Gallery: Saint Francis of Assisi (Detail of his oldest portrait), 13th century. Artist: Anonymous
Saint Francis of Assisi (Detail of his oldest portrait), 13th century. Artist: Anonymous
Stigma Gallery: Saint Francis receives the Stigmata, ca 1611. Creator: Sellitto, Carlo (1581-1614)
Saint Francis receives the Stigmata, ca 1611. Creator: Sellitto, Carlo (1581-1614)
Stigma Gallery: Saint Francis receiving the Stigmata, ca 1630-1634. Creator: Rubens, Pieter Paul (1577-1640)
Saint Francis receiving the Stigmata, ca 1630-1634. Creator: Rubens, Pieter Paul (1577-1640)
Stigma Gallery: Saint Francis of Assisi in Ecstasy, c. 1729. Creator: Piazzetta, Gian Battista (1683-1754)
Saint Francis of Assisi in Ecstasy, c. 1729. Creator: Piazzetta, Gian Battista (1683-1754)
Stigma Gallery: Saint Francis of Assisi in Ecstasy, c. 1646. Creator: Murillo, Bartolome Esteban
Saint Francis of Assisi in Ecstasy, c. 1646. Creator: Murillo, Bartolome Esteban
Stigma Gallery: Saint Francis of Assisi in Ecstasy, c. 1615. Creator: Reni, Guido (1575-1642)
Saint Francis of Assisi in Ecstasy, c. 1615. Creator: Reni, Guido (1575-1642)
Stigma Gallery: Tulips and Anenome, c. 1690
Tulips and Anenome, c. 1690
Stigma Gallery: Tulips
Tulips
Stigma Gallery: Crinum Declinatum, 1831-1834
Crinum Declinatum, 1831-1834
Stigma Gallery: Pancratium Amboinense, 1831-1834
Pancratium Amboinense, 1831-1834
Stigma Gallery: Saint Francis receiving the Stigmata, 1640s
Saint Francis receiving the Stigmata, 1640s
Stigma Gallery: Saint Francis receiving the Stigmata, 1643
Saint Francis receiving the Stigmata, 1643
Stigma Gallery: Stigmatization of Saint Francis, ca 1510-1515
Stigmatization of Saint Francis, ca 1510-1515
Stigma Gallery: Saint Francis receiving the Stigmata
Saint Francis receiving the Stigmata
Stigma Gallery: Saint Francis of Assisi after the Vision of Pope Nicholas V. Artist: Zurbaran, Francisco
Saint Francis of Assisi after the Vision of Pope Nicholas V. Artist: Zurbaran, Francisco, de (1598-1664)
Stigma Gallery: Stigmatization and Faint of Saint Catherine of Siena. Artist: Sodoma, (Workshop)
Stigmatization and Faint of Saint Catherine of Siena. Artist: Sodoma, (Workshop)
Stigma Gallery: Saint Francis of Assisi in Ecstasy. Artist: Dyck, Sir Anthony van (1599-1641)
Saint Francis of Assisi in Ecstasy. Artist: Dyck, Sir Anthony van (1599-1641)
Stigma Gallery: Saint Francis Catches the Blood of Christ from the Wounds, 1480-1490. Artist: Crivelli, Carlo (c)
Saint Francis Catches the Blood of Christ from the Wounds, 1480-1490. Artist: Crivelli, Carlo (c. 1435-c. 1495)
Stigma Gallery: Saint Francis receives the Stigmata, First third of 17th cen.. Artist: Ribera, Jose, de (1591-1652)
Saint Francis receives the Stigmata, First third of 17th cen.. Artist: Ribera, Jose, de (1591-1652)
Stigma Gallery: Saint Francis receiving the Stigmata, 1580
Saint Francis receiving the Stigmata, 1580
Stigma Gallery: Diagram of a Fuchsia flower, showing the mechanism employed to produce seeds, c1934
Diagram of a Fuchsia flower, showing the mechanism employed to produce seeds, c1934
Stigma Gallery: Saint Francis of Assisi in Ecstasy, 1597
Saint Francis of Assisi in Ecstasy, 1597
Stigma Gallery: Virgin and child with John the Baptist as a Boy and Saint Francis receiving the Stigmata
Virgin and child with John the Baptist as a Boy and Saint Francis receiving the Stigmata
Stigma Gallery: Saint Francis and the Poor Knight, and Franciss Vision (From Borgo del Santo Sepolcro Altarpiece)
Saint Francis and the Poor Knight, and Franciss Vision (From Borgo del Santo Sepolcro Altarpiece), 1437-1444
Stigma Gallery: Saint Francis before the Sultan (From Borgo del Santo Sepolcro Altarpiece), 1437-1444
Saint Francis before the Sultan (From Borgo del Santo Sepolcro Altarpiece), 1437-1444. Artist: Sassetta (1392-1450)
Stigma Gallery: The Stigmatisation of Saint Francis (From Borgo del Santo Sepolcro Altarpiece), 1437-1444
The Stigmatisation of Saint Francis (From Borgo del Santo Sepolcro Altarpiece), 1437-1444. Artist: Sassetta (1392-1450)
Stigma Gallery: Saint Francis in the Desert, c. 1480. Artist: Bellini, Giovanni (1430-1516)
Saint Francis in the Desert, c. 1480. Artist: Bellini, Giovanni (1430-1516)

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Stigma is a negative attitude or belief that is held by a group of people towards an individual or group of people. It is often based on stereotypes and prejudice, and can lead to discrimination and exclusion. Stigma can be based on a person’s race, gender, age, sexual orientation, religion, or other characteristics.
Stigma can have a profound effect on a person’s life. It can lead to feelings of shame, guilt, and isolation. People who are stigmatized may be less likely to seek help or support, or to take part in activities that could benefit them. They may also be more likely to experience mental health problems, such as depression and anxiety.
Stigma can also have a negative impact on society. It can lead to a lack of understanding and acceptance of people who are different, and can create an environment of fear and mistrust. It can also lead to a lack of resources and support for those who are affected by stigma.
The best way to combat stigma is to challenge stereotypes and prejudice, and to create an environment of understanding and acceptance. This can be done through education, dialogue, and advocacy. It is also important to create a safe space for those who are affected by stigma, and to provide resources and support. Finally, it is important to recognize and celebrate the diversity of all people, and to create an environment of inclusion and respect.