The artwork features bishop saints greeting monk saints amidst a crowd of onlookers. The skilled draftsmanship, cross-hatching, and architectural elements contribute to its depth. The drawing likely depicts a religious event, evoking reverence and curiosity. It is attributed to Giovanni Battista Paggi and was created in 1811. 

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A bishop saint (Saint Nicholas?) with Saint Dominic Guzman (?) greeting two monk saints, surrounded by a crowd of onlookers. Lithograph by N.J. Strixner, 1811, after G.B. Paggi.
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