Saint Tryphon of Lampaskos: Patron Saint of Gardeners, Greek circa 1800, 23.6 x 18.4 cm A 3rd c saint categorised in the Orthodox Church as ‘Anargyroi’ (Greek, ‘without silver’ meaning he took no fees for his services). The term refers to saints who were known as healers. The cross symbolizes martyrdom and the sickle refers to his patronage of gardeners. Sometimes he is depicted with a lily branch in hand, or on horseback holding a falcon.
Édouard Manet (French, 1832–1883). A Cat Resting on All Fours, Seen from Behind, 1861. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Gift of Paul Gourary in honor of Marianne Gourary's birthday, 1995 (1995.494) #cats
Horae ad usum Parisiensem [Grandes Heures de Jean de Berry]. Auteur : Jacquemart de Hesdin. Enlumineur Auteur : pseudo-Jacquemart. Enlumineur Auteur : Maître de Boucicaut. Enlumineur Auteur : Maître du duc de Bedford. Enlumineur Date d'édition : 1400-1410 Type : manuscrit Langue : Latin