ST. RONAN of LOCRONAN
DRAWING by DANIEL MITSUI
St. Ronan of Locronan was an Irish Bishop of the 6th century who settled as a hermit in Brittany.
Once, an enemy accused him before the court of King Gradlon of being a werewolf, and of having killed and eaten her daughter. Ronan survived a trial by ordeal, in which two of the king’s attack dogs were unleashed on him, but miraculously pacified. He then revealed that his accuser had suffocated her own daughter; he named the location, recovered the body, and restored the girl to life.
Medium: Drawing, color ink on goatskin parchment
Dimensions: 5" × 7"
The original drawing was made on private commission.
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