The apostle James the Greater stands in an architectural setting and holds a staff in his right hand. At his left foot, a sword lies on the ground. This print is part of a series of 14 prints, each consisting of a full-length effigy of an apostle, Christ or Paul with typical attributes and a caption in Latin.
|Title||Saint Jacob the Greater|
|Date||ca. 1591 - 1592|
|Medium and support||burin engraving AAT|
|Object type||burin engraving AAT|
|Current whereabouts||Work currently not on display|
|Art & Architecture Thesaurus||
300189808 figures (representations) AAT
11H(JAMES THE GREAT)11 the apostle James the Great; possible attributes: book, pilgrim's cloak, hat, shell, staff, and wallet, scroll, sword - male saint as patron, protector, intercessor Iconclass
11L31113 'qui conceptus est de Spirito Sancto, natus est ex Maria Virgine' ~ articles of faith Iconclass
41D263 walking-stick, staff, cane Iconclass
45C13(SWORD) hacking and thrusting weapons: sword Iconclass
48(+431) art (+ copy, copying ~ work of art) Iconclass
|School / Style||Renaissance AAT|
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