The Apotheosis of Saint Thomas Aquinas

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The Apotheosis of Saint Thomas Aquinas is a 1631 altarpiece painting by Francisco de Zurbarán, now in the Museum of Fine Arts of Seville. [1] [2] It shows Thomas Aquinas ascending to heaven, surrounded by four other Doctors of the Church.

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References

  1. "Artehistoria page".
  2. Gállego and Gudiol 1987, p. 82