Wall Painting of Male Saint


On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 303

The largest of these fresco fragments may represent the late fourth-century saint John Chrysostom, who is usually depicted with a pointed beard, sunken cheeks, and a high forehead.

Wall Painting of Male Saint, Fresco, Byzantine

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