Van Dyck in Sicily: 1624-1625, painting and the plague
In the spring of 1624 the painter Anthony Van Dyck (1599 -1641) moved from Genoa to Palermo in Sicily. Soon after Van Dyck's arrival, plague struck Palermo and most of the population died. In the same year, the bones of Saint Rosalia were discovered in a cave on the Monte Pellegrino where she w...
|Main Author:||Salomon, Xavier F., 1979-|
|Corporate Author:||Dulwich Picture Gallery.|
|Other Authors:||Van Dyck, Anthony, 1599-1641.|
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