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Artist, attributed to: Andrea di Cione (Orcagna), Italian, Florence, ca. 1315–1368

Saint Romuald


Tempera on panel

53.7 × 43.2 cm (21 1/8 × 17 in.)
Gift of Richard L. Feigen, B.A. 1952
Made in Florence, Italy
On view
Italian, Florence
14th century

Probably Santa Maria degli Angeli, Florence, until 1808. With Wildenstein and Co., by January 1952, until at least September 1953 [see note 1]. Private collection; sale, Sotheby’s, London, December 8, 1971, lot 57; Mrs. Alice Löw-Beer (née Gottlieb) (1889–1979), Epsom, London; by descent to her granddaughters; sale, Sotheby’s, London, December 7, 2005, lot 33; sold to Richard L. Feigen (1930–2021), New York; given to the Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Conn., 2020

Note 1: Saint Romuald is reproduced in three photos at the Berenson Photoarchive, Villa I Tatti, Florence (as ‘Bernardo Daddi, Saint Benedict’). Annotations on the back of two of the photos indicate that the painting was with Wildenstein in January 1952, and September 1953.

This work appears on our "Artworks with Nazi-Era Provenance Documentation Gaps" page.
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