Ivan Petrov, The Ugljan Polyptych

Circa 1450
St. Francis Monastery, Zadar, Croatia

Top center, an imago pietatis with Mary and John.

Upper row (left to right): SS. Chrysgonus (military garb, cross on shield), Stephen or Lawrence (palm branch, dalmatic), John the Baptist (tunic of animal skin, scroll with Ecce Agnus Dei ("Behold the Lamb of God"), Demetrius (military garb), possibly Donatus of Nicomedia (mitre and crozier), and an unidentified saint on the right.

Center row (left side, left to right): SS. Peter Martyr (Dominican habit, sword in head, palm branch), Nicholas (name on podium), Francis of Assisi (Franciscan habit, stigmata); the Madonna enthroned;

Center row (right side, left to right): SS. Jerome (cardinal's hat and cloak), Simeon (name on podium), and James (name on podium if that is a staff he is holding, he is James the Greater; if it is a fuller's club, James the Less). See detail of these three saints.

Predella: The Twelve Apostles. See detail images of the left side and the right side of the predella.

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This artwork is discussed in an article on the Qantara Mediterranean Heritage site.

More of St. Chrysogonus
More of St. Stephen and St. Lawrence
More of St. John the Baptist
More of St. Demetrius
More of St. Peter Martyr
More of St. Nicholas
More of St. Francis of Assisi
More of the Madonna Enthroned
More of St. Jerome
More of St. Simeon: see The Presentation in the Temple
More of St. James the Greater and St. James the Less
More of the twelve apostles as a group

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Photographed at the monastery by Richard Stracke, shared under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.