The Immortal portraits reference the trade in the relics of martyred saints that occurred in the sixteenth and seventeenth century across Europe where skeletons were exhumed from the catacombs of Rome, adorned in the finery of the day and displayed in ornate cases. Meticulously brought back to life by intense post production these figures are repositioned as classical portraits of the Renaissance/Baroque period
Shown here:

St Victorius
St Maximus
St Theodosi Miles
St Gratian
St Valantinus
St Vitalian
St Deodatus
St Victorius
St Alexander