Ivan Petrov, Right Side of the Predella of The Ugljan Polyptych

The fourth apostle from the left is St. Bartholomew (flaying knife, curly hair). The second from the left is probably St. James the Greater, assuming that is a pilgrim's staff in his hand; but it could be a fuller's club, the attribute of St. James the Less.

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More of St. Bartholomew
More of St. James the Greater and St. James the Less
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Photographed at the Franciscan monastery, Zadar, Croatia, by Richard Stracke, shared under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.