Ellen Konowitz, “Dirk Vellert and the Master of the Lille Adoration: Some Antwerp Mannerist paintings reconsidered,” Oud Holland, 109 (1995): 185–87, 190, n. 26 and 29, fig. 12.
“New Acquisition: Saint Jerome in Penitence by the Master of the Lille Adoration”, Art Institute of Chicago Member Magazine 40 (July/August 2017): 13, ill.
Chicago, Richard L. Feigen & Co., Old Masters and the Modern Environment, September 20– October 21, 1972, no. 4.
British private collection, based on the label from an auction catalogue attached to the back of the panel (the label reads ALBERT DURER/11. Saint Jerome meditating. Very masterly). Julius Weitzner, London, by 1972 (according to email from Richard Feigen to Martha Wolff, October 19 and 20, 2016); consigned by Weitzner to Richard L. Feigen & Co., New York and Chicago, by 1972 (according to email exchange cited above and Feigen’s 1972 exhibition); sold to Suzette Morton Davidson (died 1996), Chicago and Santa Barbara, September 22, 1972 (according to Mrs. Davidson’s collection notes; copy supplied by her son, Victor Zurcher); by descent to Mr. and Mrs. Victor K. Zurcher, Hampshire, Ill.
Object information is a work in progress and may be updated as new research findings emerge. To help improve this record, please email . Information about image downloads and licensing is available here.