Fra Angelico, The Cosmas and Damian Predella, 1438-40
For an altarpiece in Florence Fra Angelico painted a predella with eight panels on the lives of Saints Cosmas and Damian. The altarpiece was dismantled in the 17th century and seven of the panels ended up in various museums. Shown below are the three panels now in the Alte Pinakothek in Munich.
The failed crucifixion was preceded by an attempt to burn the brothers in a great fire. This is the subject of a panel from the predella that is now in the National Gallery of Ireland. After the failed crucifixion, Lysias orders the brothers beheaded. This panel is in the Louvre and can be seen at this page on Wikimedia Commons. The panel for the burial of the brothers is still in Florence, in the Museo di San Marco.
Before their arrest the two brothers were famous for their cures of the sick. The Museo di San Marco has one of the panels picturing their cures, and Washington's National Gallery has another with Damian's cure of Palladia and his unfortunate decision to accept payment from her.