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The Vision of St. Jerome

mid–1540s
Giulio di Antonio Bonasone (Italian, active 1539–1574), After Parmigianino (Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola) (Italian, 1503–1540)


Catalogue Raisonné

Bartsch 062; Massari 12; Illustrated Bartsch 62, ii/iii or iii/iii (see Notes)

Dimensions

Sheet: 35.8 x 24.4 cm (14 1/8 x 9 5/8 in.)(trimmed within the platemark)

Accession Number

B3325

Medium or Technique

Engraving

Not On View

Collections

Europe, Prints and Drawings

Classifications

Prints

Illustrated Bartsch describes the third state of this print as identical with the second state “but with additional reworking.” It is not possible to tell the difference between these two states from this description.

Markings

Verso, lower right, stamped in violet ink, the mark of the MFA Babcock Bequest (Lugt 207); verso, lower right, stamped in violet ink, the mark of the MFA (Lugt 1868)

Provenance

William Perkins Babcock, Boston, Paris (1826-1899); his bequest to the MFA 1900

Credit Line

Bequest of William Perkins Babcock