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PHILIP NERI<br>DRAWING by DANIEL MITSUI</span> </center> <span class="style3"> <br><br> <center> <a href="http://danielmitsui.tripod.com/00_pictures/philip_neri.jpg" target="_blank"><img border="0" src="http://danielmitsui.tripod.com/00_pictures/small_philip_neri.jpg" alt="VISION of ST. PHILIP NERI"></a> </center> <br><br> St. Philip Neri was a priest of the 16th century. He was a native Florentine, but was most famous for his work in Rome, where he founded the Congregation of the Oratory. He was renowned for his piety, joyfulness and good humor. <br><br> The general composition of the picture is influenced by illuminated choir books from Florence, although the ornament is based on plants especially associated with Rome: stone pine, blood orange and artichoke. <br><br> There is a large inital letter P that dominates the page; inside it I drew the Blessed Virgin Mary appearing to St. Philip in 1594. In the P&rsquo;s downstroke I drew St. Philip, holding an alabaster tablet of St. John the Baptist&rsquo;s head. This refers to an earlier vision, one of St. John the Baptist that St. Philip saw in 1550. (Also, I was once told that a Nottinghamshire alabaster of St. John&rsquo;s head is in the collections of the Oratory in Rome; this was one discovered in the belongings of one of the defeated Turks after the Battle of Lepanto. How or why the Turk came to own it God only knows.) <br><br> My drawing includes also the words and chant neumes of the first verse of the hymn <i>Pangamus Nerio</i>. <br><br><br><br> Medium: Drawing, color ink on calfskin vellum <br> Dimensions: 7 3/4" &times; 12 1/4" <br> Year: 2016 <br><br>The original drawing was made on private commission. <br><br><hr><br> An open-edition gicl&eacute;e print of this drawing is available for $88. You may use the button below to pay via PayPal, debit card or credit card. 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