St. Agnes of Montepulciano Receives the Christ Child from the Virgin

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From the choir of the basilica of St. Maximin, Var, France

The cross, Agnes' attribute, appears both on the Child's necklace and in the design below. The lilies on the ground at the saint's knees are another of her attributes.

The episode is related in Raymond of Capua's Life of St. Agnes of Montepulciano.

The panel is paired with another representing a Dominican tertiary, Blessed Margaret of Savoy (1390-1464), shown below.

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