After Domenico Zampieri, called Domenichino
The Last Communion of Saint Jerome
Oil on canvas
86 3/4 x 58 1/4 inches (218.5 x 143 cm)
The original of this work, now in the Vatican Museum, was finished in 1614 for the Congregation of St. Jerome of Charity for an altar in the church of the same name on the Via Giulia in Rome. The subject is that of St. Jerome, who, ninety years old and at the point of death, is said to have received his last Communion from his companion, St. Eusebius.
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