Stus. Patritius catervas Demonum visibiliter ex Hybernia propulsavit.
ex eius vit. /
Mitellus In. et F [i.e. invenii et fecit].
|Main Creator:||Mitelli, Giuseppe Maria, 1634-1718, engraver|
Imaginary portrait of Saint Patrick (c.390-460), Latin: Patricius, Irish: Naomh Pádraig, British-born Christian missionary and the patron saint of Ireland; whole length, standing on top of a hill, to front, face directed and looking to right, halo, wearing rochet and chimere, sceptre, mitre, bands and bible scattered on ground, right hand raised, demons and snakes flying and crawling away from him, cross on top of hill behind him, with coat of arms; rectangular frame.
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[S.l.]: [s.n.], [s.d.].
Title translated from Latin means: "St. Patrick visibly forced bands of demons out of Ireland."
Physical description: 1 print: etching; image 20.8 x 14.4 cm., plate mark 21.3 x 15 cm., sheet 22.8 x 16.5 cm.
Etching attributed to Giuseppe Maria Mitelli, (1634-1718), after his original painting or drawing.
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|PD PATR-ST (10 ) I||
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.