The Miracles of Santiago

 
Creation date
Materials
oil on panel
Dimensions
32 x 70 in. (closed) 32 x 138 in. (open)
Credit line
James E. Roberts Fund
Accession number
24.3
Collection
Currently On View

As the burial place of St. James the Great, Santiago de Compostela has long been one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Europe.  This unusual triptych, which was probably made for a confraternity of pilgrims, comprises a cycle of twelve scenes from the life, miracles and martyrdom of St. James.

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