Virgin and Child with Saints Catherine and Nicholas Artist: Giovanni Battista Cima da Conegliano (Italian, Venice, ca.1459/60– ca.1517/18)


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On view, 2nd floor, European Art

Oil on canvas


unframed: 21 3/16 × 29 1/8 in. (53.8 × 74 cm)

Credit Line

Lent by The Barker Welfare Foundation, in memory of Catherine Barker and Charles V. Hickox, B.A. 1911

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16th century


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Nikolaus Baronowsky, Vienna; the Städelsches Kunstinstitut, Frankfurt, 1833; Fritz Thyssen (1873–1951), Müllheim-Speidorf, Germany, 1921; the Ringling Collection, Sarasota, Florida, by 1929 [on consignment with Julius Böhler (Kunsthandlung Böhler), Munich, June 8, 1929]; sold through Julius Böhler (Kunsthandlung Böhler), Munich, to Catherine Barker Hickox (1896–1970) and Charles V. Hickox (died 1979), New York, January 8, 1932 [see note 1]; by inheritance to the Catherine Barker Hickox Estate and Barker Welfare Foundation (on loan to the Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Conn., from 1984)

Note 1: The ownership history of Virgin and Child with Saints Catherine and Nicolas is recorded on index cards of the Böhler firm archives retained by the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, Munich. The Gallery is grateful to Dr.’s Birgit Jooss, Stephan Klingen and Christian Fuhrmeister in facilitating access to the archive. Copies of the index cards are also in the curatorial object file for the painting
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