Saint Catherine of Siena

Fulvio Signorini

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 503

During her lifetime, Saint Catherine achieved enormous fame as a Dominican visionary all over Italy, but particularly in her native Siena. Though she belonged to a rival religious order, this bronze was formerly in the Church of San Francesco in Siena, where she was adopted as a protector of the city.

Saint Catherine of Siena, Fulvio Signorini (1563–after 1609), Bronze, partially oil-gilt, Italian, Siena

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