The image below shows an altarpiece in the Fitzwilliam  painted in the early 15th century by the Florentine artist Rosello di Jacopo Franchi (c.1376 1457).
Like many other Italian altarpieces of the period, it carries an image of the Virgin and Child attended by Saints, in this case John the Baptist, the Apostles James and Andrew and an old man with a stick - probably the great 4th century hermit saint, Anthony Abbot.
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