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Paris Bordon - Apollo and Daphne
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Pietro Benvenuti - Cephalus and Procris
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Domenico Beccafumi - Penelope weaves the web
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Jacopo Bassano - Announcement to the shepherds
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Visino - Deposition of Christ from the cross
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Hans Membling; Filippino Lippi - The face of Christ between two angels
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Giovanni Antonio Boltraffio - The Madonna and Child between Saint Joseph and an angel playing the mandola
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Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, detto Guercino - San Girolamo
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Juan Mates  - Enthroned Madonna with Child crowning Saint Eulalia
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Antonio Vivarini - Saint Nicholas
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Cristoforo Caselli, detto il Temperelli - Enthroned Madonna and Child between Saints Benedict and Cyprian
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Adoration of the Magi
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Alessandro Vittoria - Sebastiano Venier
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Holy Face
Paris Bordon - Apollo and Daphne
Pietro Benvenuti - Cephalus and Procris
Domenico Beccafumi - Penelope weaves the web
Jacopo Bassano - Announcement to the shepherds
Visino - Deposition of Christ from the cross
Hans Membling; Filippino Lippi - The face of Christ between two angels
Giovanni Antonio Boltraffio - The Madonna and Child between Saint Joseph and an angel playing the mandola
Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, detto Guercino - San Girolamo
Juan Mates  - Enthroned Madonna with Child crowning Saint Eulalia
Antonio Vivarini - Saint Nicholas
Cristoforo Caselli, detto il Temperelli - Enthroned Madonna and Child between Saints Benedict and Cyprian
Adoration of the Magi
Alessandro Vittoria - Sebastiano Venier
Holy Face

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Description

Jerome is kneeling to study and translate Holy Scripture, when a voice from heaven calls him (symbolically represented by a trumpet) which makes him spin around and look upwards. It refers to an episode in his life: a vision he had during his first trip to Palestine, narrated in a letter from the same saint to Eutychius: "Suddenly I was grabbed in spirit and dragged in front of the Judge's seat ... I was asked to declare my condition and I replied that I was a Christian. But the Presider said: "You lie, you are Ciceronian, not a Christian. For where your treasure is, there will your heart be" ... Swearing I appealed to the name of the Lord: "O Lord, if I ever have books again worldly or I will read them, I will have denied you "" (Girolamo, ed. 1980, pp. 125-129).


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