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88-9 | European Painting and Sculpture

Painting - Spanish

Jusepe de Ribera, Spanish, 1591-1652
The Martyrdom of Saint Lawrence, ca. 1620

Oil on canvas
Unframed: 47 5/16 x 52 7/8 inches (120.17 x 134.3 cm) Framed: 62 1/8 x 68 1/4 x 3 3/8 inches (157.8 x 173.36 x 8.57 cm)

Purchase: William Rockhill Nelson Trust through the Katherine Kupper Mosher Fund and exchange of the gifts of Mrs. Virginia L. Coleman, Mrs. Vida M. Frick, Mr. and Mrs. Louis S. Rothschild, Mrs. Ruth A. Hirsch in memory of Mrs. Henry A. Auerbach, Mrs. Mary E. Evans and Mrs. John E. Wheeler in memory of Harry Martin Evans, Mrs. Sadie A. May, John Levy Galleries, Dr. and Mrs. Hanns Schaeffer, Mrs. Marion Mackie, Lincoln Kirstein, Newhouse Galleries, Mrs. Edwin Willis Shields in honor of Paul Gardner, and Paul Gardner; the bequests of Mrs. Jacob L. Loose, Howard B. and Tertia F. Treadway, Mrs. Raymond A. Barrows, Minnie Long Sloan, Content Aline Johnson in memory of Augusta Adelaide Johnson, Frank Ownby, and Lester T. Sunderland

Gallery Location: P15

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