DePaul Art Museum > Exhibitions > The Many Faces of Vincent de Paul: Nineteenth-Century French Romanticism and the Sacred
Saint Vincent de Paul. Vincentiana Collection, DePaul University Special Collections and Archives
Installation view. Photographed by Lizbeth Applewhite.
Saint Vincent de Paul with Foundling. Mid-nineteenth century canivet. c. 1860, Paris
Guest-curated by Rev. Edward R. Udovic, CM, PhD, as a companion to the exhibition Four Saints in Three Acts, this special presentation of nineteenth-century sculptures, holy cards, textiles, decorative arts, and prints from DePaul University’s collection explores how Romanticism impacted the iconographic representations of Saint Vincent de Paul (1581–1660), at the dawn of the modern era.