. . . . . . . Francisco de Zurbaran Saint Serapion1628. . . Zurbaran was also influenced by Caravaggio and the Caravaggisti style.The figure emerges from a dark background and fills the foreground. The bright light shining on the figure calls attention to the tragic death of Saint Serapion and increases the image's dramatic impact. Saint Serapion, who participated in the Third Crusade of 1196, was martyred while preaching the Gospel to Muslims. According to one account of his martyrdom, t273
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