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The miracle of the irascible son, St Antony of Padua standing at left holding the leg the young man on the ground himself had severed after kicking his mother. 1750-60
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Height: 347 millimetres
Width: 210 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- There is a state unrecorded by de Vesme, between 1 and 2, in which the plate is numbered but has not yet been reduced in height from 378mm. The altarpiece by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo after which the etching is based is in the church of S. Michele Arcangelo, Mirano. Lorenzo's work reverses the composition of his father's work which is datable to the late 1750s just prior to the Tiepolo family's departure to Spain in 1762.
Lit.: M.P. McDonald, exhib.cat., BM, London, `Renaissance to Goya: Prints and drawings from Spain`, 2012 (not illustrated).
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
2012/13 Sept-Jan, London, British Museum, ‘Renaissance to Goya: Prints and Drawings from Spain’
2013, Aug-Nov, Sydney, AGNSW, 'Renaissance to Goya'
2013-4, Dec-Mar, Santa Fe, New Mexico Museum of Modern Art, 'Renaissance to Goya'
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