29 January 2015
Property of the Saint Louis Art Museum, Sold to Benefit the Acquisitions Fund.
A POLYCHROME-DECORATED AND GILTWOOD FIGURE OF SANTIAGO MATAMOROS
SPANISH, LATE 15TH/16TH CENTURY AND LATER
With a landscape background and all within a gothic tracery framework, the frame associated
39 ½ in. (100.3 cm.) high, 10 ½ in. (26.7 cm.) wide, 20 in. (50.8 cm.) deep
Josè Marìa de Palacio y Abarzuza (1866-1940), Conde de las Almenas, Madrid, 1927, sold, Art Association, New York, January 13 - 15, 1927, cat. no. 260.
With Ercole Canessa, New York, 1928.
Saint Louis Art Museum, purchased from Ercole Canessa, 1928.
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