Price: $ 500.00 Original: $ 975.00
Santa Rita de Casia, patroness saint of impossible causes, is almost always depicted as she is here, with a spot of blood and a thorn deeply imbedded in her forehead. According to popular legend, in the year of 1441, during a sermon on the crown of thorns, Santa Rita prayed so intently that a thorn detached itself from her crucifix and lodged itself in her forehead. Her wound became so offensive that she spent the better part of her life in total isolation.
Dimensions: 7 inches x 5 inches.
Condition: paint loss.
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