"The triumph of the Holy Cross" typically represents a religious scene or allegory symbolizing the victory and exaltation of the cross within Christianity. In this context, it likely refers to an artistic depiction of the cross as a central symbol of the Christian faith, often associated with the triumph over sin and death through the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Francisco Bayeu y Subías, a Spanish painter, was recognized for his historical and religious works. He was a prominent member of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando in Madrid, an esteemed institution dedicated to promoting the arts and fostering artistic talent.

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Boceto con el triunfo de la Santa Cruz para el techo del Palacio Real de Madrid - Colección
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