European Art
Artist, attributed to: Nardo di Cione, Italian, Florence, ca. 1320–1365/66

Saint John the Evangelist

ca. 1342

Tempera on panel

53.8 × 43.2 cm (21 3/16 × 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 & Co., by January 15, 1952, until at least September 7, 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 John the Evangelist is reproduced in three photos at the Berenson Photoarchive, Villa I Tatti, Florence. Annotations on the back of two of the photos suggest the painting was with Wildenstein, January 15, 1952, and September 7, 1953.

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