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X96.42.13 Retablo for Saint Jerome (San Jerónimo)


Object Name: Retablo for Saint Jerome (San Jerónimo)

Artist: Unknown

Place of Origin: Mexico

Date/Era: Late 19th to early 20th century

Dimensions: H: 36.4 cm, W: 27.0 cm, D: 2.0 cm (H: 14.3 in, W: 10.6 in, D: .79 in)

Medium/Materials: Metal, paint, glass

Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Lenore Hoag Mulryan.

Accession Number: X96.42.13

Saint Jerome, patron saint of philosophers and scholars, is almost always portrayed as a hermit in the desert with a lion and trumpet. His iconography includes a crucifix, a skull, a scourge, and a book or pen.

Source: Gallery text, Intersections: World Arts, Local Lives, 2006.

See also: Marla C. Berns, World Arts, Local Lives: The Collections of the Fowler Museum at UCLA. Fowler Museum, Los Angeles, 2014.

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