"St. Cecilia (The Angels Announcing her Coming Martyrdom)" by Gustave Moreau is a Symbolist painting depicting St. Cecilia, the patroness of musicians, surrounded by angels who announce her impending martyrdom. The central figure, St. Cecilia, is serene and contemplative, reflecting her acceptance of fate and faith. The angels signify divine intervention, and the use of vibrant colors and intricate details creates a mystical atmosphere. The painting emphasizes themes of sacrifice, faith, and divine will, capturing a pivotal moment in St. Cecilia's story.

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St. Cecilia (The Angels Announcing her Coming Martyrdom), 1897 - Gustave Moreau - WikiArt.org
‘St. Cecilia (The Angels Announcing her Coming Martyrdom)’ was created in 1897 by Gustave Moreau in Symbolism style. Find more prominent pieces of religious painting at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
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