St Stephen's Ordination to the Diaconate, 1495-1500, tempera, stucco relief and gold leaf on wood, by Vergos Group, in Gothic style, in the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain. The painting depicts St Stephen being ordained in a ceremony by Bishop Julian, with an abandoned baby outside and 2 demons. This is a panel on the altarpiece of Sant Esteve de Granollers. The MNAC holds 13 panels from this altarpiece, of which 9 were painted by the Vergos workshop, and 4, part of the dust-shield, are attributed to Joan Gasco, d. 1529. The altarpiece is originally from the high altar of the parish church of Sant Esteve de Granollers, Valles Oriental, Spain. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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St Stephen's Ordination to the Diaconate, 1495-1500, tempera, stucco relief and gold leaf on wood, by Vergos Group, in Gothic style, in the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain. The painting depicts St Stephen being ordained in a ceremony by Bishop Julian, with an abandoned baby outside and 2 demons. This is a panel on the altarpiece of Sant Esteve de Granollers. The MNAC holds 13 panels from this altarpiece, of which 9 were painted by the Vergos workshop, and 4, part of the...
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