San Pascual Bailon 2


  • Represents ‘San Pascual’
  • Layered with symbolic and allegorical imagery
  • 19th century Mexican Folk retablo
  • Available in Museum Quality Paper and Canvas


Many devoted chefs know that the spiritual guidance of San Pascual is as important to the quality of their cooking as good kitchen utensils, secret family recipes and fresh ingredients. For centuries San Pascual has adorned the walls of Mexican kitchens, offering direction and making suggestions to chefs in need.

San Pascual is the patron saint of cooks and kitchens, and he is venerated by those seeking a good meal. In retablo art he is almost always depicted as he is here — surrounded by cooking paraphernalia, a stove, pots, pans, colorful fruits, vegetables and his omnipresent kitchen cat.

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Museum Paper, Museum Canvas

Media Sizes

8×10 inches, 9×12 inches, 12×16 inches