Saint Jerome (about 342 - 420), the chief inspiration for Christian penitents and hermits, is depicted studying the Bible, which he translated into Latin from the original Greek and Hebrew. He is shown in the desert with his books, the lion from whose paw he had drawn a thorn, and the crucifix before which he prayed.
The subject was treated by Crespi in at least two other pictures. A date about 1715 or somewhat later has been suggested.
|artist||Giuseppe Maria Crespi|
Delivery within 15 days. More information on delivery
Delivery within 21 days. More information on delivery
We hope that you will love everything you buy from us, however, if you're not completely happy with your order, please contact us within 14 days of receipt. A 20% cancellation fee applies to made-to-order prints. If your order is damaged or faulty, we will arrange a replacement.
More information on Returns & Refunds
Saint Jerome in the Desert
20% Cancellation Fee on Made to Order products
If you decided to cancel your made-to-order print for any reason, it is unlikely that we could sell it to another customer at full selling price. We'll therefore charge a cancellation fee of 20% of the order price.
- Art Prints: Bestsellers
- National Gallery's Top 20
- Exhibition Art Prints
- Art Posters
- Mini Art Prints
- Art Postcards
- Epic Posters
- HENI Limited Edition Print
- Art Prints: New Acquisitions
- Art Prints by Artist
- Art Prints by Colour
- Art Prints by Subject
- Art Prints by Century
- Art Prints by Origin
- Art Prints by Styles & Movements