The beginning of November is a time of pensiveness and memory about dearly departed, Day of All Saints and All Souls’. Accordingly to the doctrine of the Catholic Church, it is a reminder of saints commune, vocation to sainthood and hagiography. Among stocks of libraries belonging to the Digital Libraries Federation we can find lots of images of saint people in Christian tradition. There are as well anonymous works from before few centuries, as 20th century painting interpretations. Many paintings like this can be found in the National Digital Museum in Warsaw: graphic prints of 18th century wood engravings of St. Casimir, St. Wawrzyniec, St. John Nepomucen; 17th century Italian oil canvas depicting St. Hieronymus; Jacek Malczewski’s painting interpretation of St. Francis in a characteristic way not only for modernism, but also in a very interesting, idiosyncratic style of the painter. Next images of the saints are shared also by Kujawsko-Pomorska Digital Library, there are 20th century works: drawing with St. Bernard, coloured wood engraving with St. George and a monochromatic wood engraving with St. Anthony. The National Digital Library POLONA shared among others watercolours from the beginning of 20th century (St. Stanisłav and St. John Kanty) and 19th century wood engraving with St. Juda Thaddeus. In the Catalogue of Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences PAUart we can find photographies of paintings fromthe gift of professor Karolina Lanckorońska for the Royal Castle at Wawel: St. Francis, St. Sebastian and St. Andrew.