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    Joan of Arc

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    This is the first part of my triptych dedicated to Joan of Arc. My goal is to capture the three most significant events related to her life. 
    1. The first event is the appearance of Saint Michael the Archangel, Saint Catherine of Alexandria and Margaret of Antioch before young Joan. 
    2. The moment of military triumph of Joan of Arc 
    3. Joan of Arc at the stake 
    Here is the central part of the triptych with the scene of burning. 

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    Name of Artist: Sofia Mikhalevich
    Width (inches): 35.5
    Height (inches): 57
    Media: Oil
    Country: Russian Federation
    Painting Genre: Representational: Figurative / Other


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