St. Mary of Egypt

On the porch at the Church of Saint-Germain l'Auxerrois, Paris
Copy of an original of the late 15th century, now in St. Mary's Chapel

The sculptor has followed the late tradition of using the three loaves of bread that Mary took into the desert as her attribute. As usual in western images, she is fair of face and has exceptionally long hair that serves to cover her nakedness.

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