Saint Nicholas Saving a Hanged Man, attributed to Zanobi di Jacopo Machiavelli, c. 1470

Saint Nicholas Saving a Hanged Man, attributed to Zanobi di Jacopo Machiavelli, c. 1470

panel, h 22cm × w 48cm. More details

The panel depicts one of the many miracles of Saint Nicholas, whose charity is still widely celebrated on 5 December. It was originally a predella (a small panel at the base of an altarpiece) that formed part of a triptych devoted to the saint in the church of Santo Spirito in Florence.

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