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Date: 1885Medium: Oil on canvasSize: 74 x 46 inLocation: Tate Britain, London, UK
Photo Credit: Tate Gallery, London/Art Resource, NY
This painting earned Waterhouse his election as an Associate of the Royal Academy.
Prudentius says that the body of St Eulalia was shrouded by a miraculous fall of snow when lying exposed in the forum after her martyrdom.
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