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St Lanfranc enthroned between St John the Baptist and St Liberius

Cima da Conegliano, Giovanni Battista (painter)

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St Lanfranc enthroned between St John the Baptist and St Liberius


Cima da Conegliano, Giovanni Battista (painter) [ULAN info: 15th century]







Venetian School

Technique Description

oil on panel


height: 145.1 cm
width: 129.9 cm


circa 1515 to 1516


bequeathed: Marlay, Charles Brinsley 1912 (Filtered for: Paintings, Drawings and Prints)

From the Church of S.Maria dei Crociferi, Venice, later the church of the Gesuiti; before 1674 removed from the church to the convent, where it remained until after 1746


  1. (2005) Treasures of the Fitzwilliam Museum, London: Scala [page: 21]
  2. Goodison, J.W. (1967) [Unknown; Illustrated London News; 1960], London [page: 287]
    Source title: Illustrated London News (1960)
  3. Constable, William George (1927) Catalogue of Pictures in the Marlay Bequest, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, Cambridge (Cambs.): Cambridge University Press
    [comments: pl. VII (when a rectangle)]
  4. Berenson, Bernard Italian Pictures of the Renaissance...Venetian School,
    [comments: pl. 470]
  5. Winter, Carl (1958) The Fitzwilliam Museum, An Illustrated Survey, London: Trianon Press
    [comments: pl. 46]
  6. Coletti, L. (1959) Cima da Conegliano,
    [comments: pl. 130]
  7. Goodison, J.W. (1967) Catalogue of Paintings in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, Italian School, Cambridge (Cambs.): Cambridge University Press [page: 36-37]
  8. Coletti, L. (1959) Cima da Conegliano, [page: 48, 90]
    [comments: Catalogue Raisonné]
  9. Humphrey, Peter 'The Venetian trade guilds as patrons of Art in the Renaissance', London? [page: 317-8]
    Source title: Burlington Magazine (1986)
    [comments: fig. 3]

Accession Number

M.16 (Paintings, Drawings and Prints)
(Reference Number: 211; Input Date: 1999-12-01 / Last Edit: 2011-07-22)

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