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Peter Paul Rubens: The Miracles of Saint Ignatius of Loyola  wikidata:Q23929211 
Rubens, Sir Peter Paul (1577 - 1640) – Artist
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Peter Paul Rubens: The Miracles of Saint Ignatius of Loyola
The Miracles of Saint Ignatius of Loyola
label QS:Len,"The Miracles of Saint Ignatius of Loyola"
Object type painting
object_type QS:P31,Q3305213
Date circa 1619
date QS:P571,+1619-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902


Oak panel Oil
Dimensions Height: 737 mm (29.01 ″); Width: 502 mm (19.76 ″)
dimensions QS:P2048,737U174789;P2049,502U174789
institution QS:P195,Q1241163
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Object history Perhaps painted c. 1619 for Niccolo Pallavicini, who commissioned the altarpiece for S. Ambrogio, Genoa; Genoa, Palazzo Gentile, 1733; London, Benjamin Van der Gucht, 1796; his sale, London, Christie's, 12 Mar. 1796, lot 75 ('Rubens Ð St. Ignatius attired in his priestly habit, in the attitude of ecstacy and inspired devotion; Rubens has treated this subject in a grand stile, the colouring truly harmonious, and painted with a spiritedand flowing pencil'). Bt 'Sr F B' (Bourgeois) for £39.18; London, Noel Desenfans and/or Sir Francis Bourgeois, 1796-1807: 1804 Insurance List, no. 21 (as 'S. Ignatius exorcising'); London, Sir Francis Bourgeois, 1807-1811; Bourgeois Bequest, 1811.
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