Seville Cathedral: St. Francis of Assisi receiving the stigmata

A stained glass window depicting St. Francis receiving the stigmata in the Capilla de San Fransciso in Seville Cathedral, Spain

A stained glass window depicting St. Francis receiving the stigmata

St. Francis receiving the stigmata
The image shows a beautiful stained glass window depicting St. Francis of Assisi receiving the stigmata. It is made by Arnao de Flandes Jr., in 1546 and is in the Capilla de San Francisco, a chapel dedicated to St. Francis of Assisi situated inside the Cathedral of Seville located in Andalusia, Spain.

At the center is St. Francis looking up to vision of a Seraph with multiple wings.

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