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Jacopo Palma, called Palma il Giovane, was possibly a pupil of Titian, and was the grand nephew of Jacopo Palma il Vecchio. He was influenced by Roman Mannerism, having spent some years there in the 1560s and 1570s, and also by the late works of Titian and Tintoretto. This painting is one of a series of the four Evangelists bought by the art dealers Agnew's in the 1920s, formerly in the Brunati Collection in Milan.
oil on canvas
H 132 x W 95.5 cm
acquired from the Brunati Collection via Thomas Agnew & Sons with funds from the Shipley Bequest, 1952