The label at
the Mission says that the painting "likely
arrived here in the mid to late 1800's" and is probably of
South Italian origin.
and attributes of the saint include the broad tonsure, the
beardless face, the lily stalk, the
Franciscan habit, the open book, and standing on the
book a figure that the label calls the Christ "Child"
but that has a distinctly adult
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