Even though he is the patron saint of librarians, St. Jerome could use some help organizing his bookshelves.

Even though he is the patron saint of librarians, St. Jerome could use some help organizing his bookshelves.

GHIRLANDAIO, Domenico Italian painter, Florentine school (b. 1449, Firenze, d. 1494, Firenze) St Jerome c. 1471 Fresco Parish Church of Sant'Andrea, Cercina

GHIRLANDAIO, Domenico Italian painter, Florentine school (b. 1449, Firenze, d. 1494, Firenze) St Jerome c. 1471 Fresco Parish Church of Sant'Andrea, Cercina

This free Catholic online resource for the study of Sacred Scripture offers:        In-depth Bible studies in the living tradition of the Catholic Church      Accessing ancient and contemporary commentaries      Historical and archaeological information      Catechism of the Catholic Church references    Please join us in the study of the Word of God written down in human terms so that we might unders    "To be ignorant of Scripture is to be ignorant of Christ."  St. Jerome

This free Catholic online resource for the study of Sacred Scripture offers: In-depth Bible studies in the living tradition of the Catholic Church Accessing ancient and contemporary commentaries Historical and archaeological information Catechism of the Catholic Church references Please join us in the study of the Word of God written down in human terms so that we might unders "To be ignorant of Scripture is to be ignorant of Christ." St. Jerome

Parmagianino or Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola, also known as Francesco Mazzola or Parmigianino or sometimes "Parmigiano", was a prominent Italian Mannerist painter active in Florence, Rome, Bologna, and his native city of Parma | The Vision of St. Jerome. In January 1526, Parmigianino and his uncle, Pier Ilario, agreed with Maria Bufalina from Citta di Castello, to decorate the church of San Salvatore in Lauro with an altarpiece of the Vision of Saint Jerome, 1526-7, National Gallery…

Parmagianino or Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola, also known as Francesco Mazzola or Parmigianino or sometimes "Parmigiano", was a prominent Italian Mannerist painter active in Florence, Rome, Bologna, and his native city of Parma | The Vision of St. Jerome. In January 1526, Parmigianino and his uncle, Pier Ilario, agreed with Maria Bufalina from Citta di Castello, to decorate the church of San Salvatore in Lauro with an altarpiece of the Vision of Saint Jerome, 1526-7, National Gallery…

St. Jerome in his study (1514) very highly detailed. Things don't go together but they do make sense from the perspective of an audience. The light from the windows, the sleeping lion and the amount of texture involved in this print is a step towards other italian influences. However is it the norther influence that places St. Jerome in his study? with hardly any church-eqsue symbols?  Lüstige Wohnunng - Happy dwelling

St. Jerome in his study (1514) very highly detailed. Things don't go together but they do make sense from the perspective of an audience. The light from the windows, the sleeping lion and the amount of texture involved in this print is a step towards other italian influences. However is it the norther influence that places St. Jerome in his study? with hardly any church-eqsue symbols? Lüstige Wohnunng - Happy dwelling

Wedding Arches with Flowers | Decorate the entrance to your venue or Church with a flower arch. Pink ...

Wedding Arches with Flowers | Decorate the entrance to your venue or Church with a flower arch. Pink ...

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