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St Francis in Ecstasy by Giovanni Bellini
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Saint francis of assisi in ecstasy 1595 - by Caravaggio
First name. Sign up to the Art UK newsletter. Back to image. Send information to Art Detective. That said, the content in the piece should not be considered an accurate representation of his life, but more a symbolic depiction using the artist's creative licence. Bellini puts several animals within this painting which point towards the saint's known love of nature but he also did so in many of his other paintings, too.
Ecstasy of St. Francis by Giovanni Bellini
See the hare within Christ Blessing , for example. This painting is a part of the Frick Collection in New York City and can be considered one of their most prominent pieces. Henry Clay Frick was a wealthy industrialist with a passion for collecting art and many of the pieces in this museum would have been on display with his own house during his lifetime. As often occurs when art collectors pass away, their entire collection is left to the public so that as many others can enjoy them as possible.
In there was another version of this theme created by the extraordinary Caravaggio, named Saint Francis of Assisi in Ecstasy.