St.

Agatha was a third century Sicilian saint who, according to legend, rejected the love of the Roman Governor and was thrown into a brothel where she endured various tortures, including the removal of her breasts.

Provenance

Colnaghi.


Scottish National Gallery

The Mound, Edinburgh, EH2 2EL
0131 624 6200
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Opening times

Daily, 10am –​ 5pm (until 7pm Thur) Extended opening until 6pm during August

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