ST. CYPRIAN of CARTHAGE
DRAWING by DANIEL MITSUI
St. Cyprian was an African bishop and martyr of the third century. He wrote Latin treatises on the Pater Noster and on the unity of the Church, and lost his life in the persecution under Valerian.
I drew him vested for Mass as an archbishop, holding an executioner’s sword.
Medium: Drawing, black, red, blue, green, purple and brown ink on calfskin vellum
Dimensions: 5" × 7 1/2"
The original drawing was made on private commission.
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