Mystical Marriage of Saint Catherine
The Mystical Marriage of Saint Catherine is an
iconographicmotif of Christian painting arising from visions of both Saint Catherine of Alexandriaand Saint Catherine of Siena. The scene usually includes St Catherine and the infant Jesusheld by his mother Mary.
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