Regular price $52.00
Type: Print On Demand Image
Collections: Buildings, Christianity, Churches, Classics & Masters, Italian Renaissance, National Gallery, Pre 1900, Religious, Renaissance,
About this artwork
This artwork showcases Saint Jerome, a priest recognised for his translation of the Bible from Greek and Hebrew to Latin, immersed in reading in his study. His usual companion, a lion, is depicted moving down the aisle. In the front, you can spot a partridge, a bird often symbolizing truth and deceit. Every single object within the room is meticulously created, hinting that the painter, Vincenzo Catena, may have been an apprentice of Giovanni Bellini, one of the most celebrated Renaissance artists. This print is colour coordinated to match the original and has received the National Gallery's approval. Every sale contributes to supporting the museum's efforts.
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