Jusepe de Ribera. Saint Jerome
Ribera, Jusepe de
Spanish, 1591 - 1652
Saint Jerome c 1613
oil on canvas
125.7 x 99.5 cm
Gift of Joey and Toby Tanenbaum, 1995
© 2000 Art Gallery of Ontario
Royal House of the Two Sicilies; by 1861/2? Princes of Bourbon Sicily and Naples . (Hapsburg Feldman, New York, 9 January 1990, no. 49); Joey and Toby Tanenbaum, Toronto, 1990; gift 1995 to AGO.
 Gap in provenance from Italy 1861-2 to New York, 1990.
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