It shows St. Jerome writing amongst a lion, dog and a skull. The information about this object, including provenance information, is based on historic information and may not be currently accurate or complete. Together they have been viewed as representing the three spheres of activity recognized in medieval times: Knight, Death, and the Devil belongs to the moral sphere and the "active life"; Melencolia I represents the intellectual; and St. Jerome the theological and contemplative life. St. Jerome in His Study is often considered as part of a group of three Dürer engravings (his Meisterstiche), the other two being the well-known Melencolia I (1514) and Knight, Death and the Devil (1513). ‘Saint Jerome in His Cell’ was created by Quentin Matsys in Northern Renaissance style. Nov 23, 2020, Sotheby's New York Making the most of his freedom as a priest, Jerome traveled to Constantinople where he studied under St. Gregory of Nazianzus, who was renown as a great theologian. Gift of Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. 1934.345 . The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH (organizer) (August 17-November 9, 2003). Le design Getty Images est une marque de Getty Images. Dürer’s skill earned him the role of court artist for Holy Roman Emperors Maximilian I and Charles V, under whom he created a number of paintings and altarpieces. The chart shows whether an artist’s market over the last ten years has been driven by the sale of a small number of expensive works or a large number of inexpensive works. {{cite web|title=St. St. Jerome was known to lash out at people and spew angry comments, but it was his repentance that saved him. (Qtd. Dürer’s series of self-portraits, created throughout his career, represent some of his most iconic works. Google Arts & Culture features content from over 2000 leading museums and archives who have partnered with the Google Cultural Institute to bring the world's treasures online. Si vous souhaitez finaliser votre projet avec le contenu téléchargé à partir de votre compte à procédure simplifiée, vous devez acquérir une licence. Ajouter des produits pour créer un diaporama. Found in the Collection of Muzeul National Brukenthal, Sibiu. At this time, we are not offering high-resolution TIFF images of detail or alternate views. Veuillez lire attentivement les restrictions relatives au Contenu sous Licence sur le site Web de Getty Images et contacter votre chargé de clientèle Getty Images pour toute question à cet égard. {{formatPrice(size.discountPrice || size.price)}}. An imaginary line from Jerome's head passing through the cross would arrive at the skull on the window ledge, as if contrasting death and the Resurrection. demander une séquence de prévisualisation, ACHETEZ MAINTENANT ET FAITES DES ÉCONOMIES, contenu final distribué au sein de votre entreprise, tout contenu distribué en dehors de votre entreprise, tout contenu distribué au public (par exemple, contenu publicitaire ou marketing). The IBM strategic repository for digital assets such as images and videos is located at St Jerome in his Cell 1450s Tempera on wood, 160 x 80 cm National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin: The great number of objects and their detailed contours, the still life-like motifs recall the Flemish painting.

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60; M., Holl. Cypria Auctions - Jan 08,2021. Nov 26,2020 Saint Jerome in his Cell, ca 1545. St. Jerome in his Cell is an engraving that was created by German artist Albrecht Dürer in 1514. To request more information about this object, study images, or bibliography, contact the Ingalls Library Reference Desk. Tous les contenus sous licence à utilisation limitée sont fournis dans la taille maximale disponible. © 2020 Getty Images. Request a digital file from Image Services, This image is in the public domain.

Gangnam-gu | Seoul | South Korea Gain insight into the auction performance of Albrecht Dürer . Saint Jerome in his Cell Date: 1511.