“New” painting of St. Vincent

by | Jun 26, 2011 | Vincentian Family | 1 comment

John Rybolt writes, “Actually, this is an old St. Vincent painting, from the 18th century. The original is in the chapel of the Hospital of St. Eutrope (now Hôpital Thermal) in Dax, the hospital where the newly beatified Sr. Marguerite Rutan, D.C., was Sister Servant at the time of the Revolution. The painting hangs above the main altar.

The image is new for the St. Vincent Image Archive, located under the “Paintings” folder, then classified under France.”

For more background and a larger image visit the Vincentian History Researchers Network.

1 Comment

  1. Julio Castellanos

    Excelente descubrimiento del padre Rybolt. Interesante que en esta representación se encuentran los Pobres enfermos.

    Excellent find the father Rybolt. Interesting that in this representation are the poor sick.

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