Sveva da Montefeltro, noblewoman from Urbino who, after the failure of her marriage to Alessandro Sforza, lord of Pesaro, entered the Poor Clares convent of Corpus Domini in that city. She took her vows as Serafina and rose to become abbess. In 1754 she was beatified.
Anonymous late fifteenth-century portrait, painted on a panel forming part of one of the doors of a credenza
The four panels: at the bottom left is Felice Meda, the first abbess of Corpus Domini
Gian Andrea Lazzarini[?], eighteenth century portrait in oil on canvas of Serafina at prayer