In fine art St. Augustine is often depicted in the company of a child
or angel with a shell; from the 15th century with a transfixed or burning
heart. The earliest surviving painting of him is in the Lateran library
(a 6th century fresco).
Botticelli St. Augustine; Coronation of the Virgin with the Saints John the Evangelist, Augustine, Jerome and Eligius. (San Marco altarpiece); St. Augustine in the Cell.
Benozzo Gozzoli. Apsidal Chapel of Sant'Agostino in San Gimignano, Italy.
Fra Filippo Lippi Virgin and Child Surrounded by Angels with St. Frediano and St. Augustine (The Barbadori Altarpiece), Vision of St. Augustine.
Masaccio St. Jerome and St. Augustine.
Piero della Francesca. St. Augustine.
Luca Signorelli. SS. Augustine, Catherine of Alexandria, and Anthony of Padua.
Simone Martini. The Miracle of the Child Falling from the Balcony.
Jacopo Robusti, called Tintoretto. Saint Augustine Healing the Lame.
The Miracle of the Child Falling from the Balcony. A miracle
performed by St. Augustine, when he swooped from heaven to catch the baby
before it landed on its head and restored him to the astonished neighbors.
The Book of Saints: The Lives of the Saints According to the Liturgical Calendar by George Angelini, Victor Hoagland (Editor). Regina Press, 1986.
Augustine of Hippo: A Biography, Revised Edition with a New Epilogue by Peter Robert Lamont Brown. University of California Press, 2000.
The Confessions by Henry Chadwick (Translator), St. Augustine. Oxford University Press, 1991.
The City of God by Saint Augustine, Augustine, Thomas Merton (Illustrator). Modern Library, 1994.
The Cambridge Companion to Augustine by Eleonore Stump (Editor), Norman Kretzmann (Editor). Cambridge University Press, 2001.
The Trinity by Saint Augustine of Hippo, Edmund Hill (Translator). New City Press, 1991.
The Place of Blessed Augustine in the Orthodox Church by Fr. Seraphim Rose. Saint Herman of Alaska Brotherhood, 1997.