The Rich Man and Lazarus (after Jacopo Bassano)
10 9/16 x 9 13/16 in. (26.8 x 24.8 cm)
(ca. 1515 - 1592)
John Baptist Jackson
(ca. 1701 - 1780)
Medium and Support:
Gift of Elmer Adler
Location: Not currently on view
After Jacopo Bassano's painting, depicting the scene from Luke 16, where Lazarus appeals to a rich man for food.
For general reference, see Jacob Kainen, "John Baptist Jackson: 18th-century master of the color woodcut," Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1962: pp. 82-83, cat. no. 32; fig. 32, p. 130 Text describes two plates; MAG's print appears to be the left plate, truncated at the bottom and at right. The actual depiction of the Rich Man & Lazarus is in the right hand plate.
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