Size: 74 x 46 inches
Oil on Canvas
Painted in: 1885
Location: Tate Gallery. London, England
Eulalia was supposedly a twelve year old girl who was arrested and tortured by the local magistrate for refusing to denounce the Christian faith. She was burned alive. Her body was mysteriously hidden from onlookers by a snow fall that fell only on her. She's the patron saint for miscarriages and rain.