The Holy Family with Raphael, Tobias and Saint Jerome (The Virgin with a Fish), c.1513/14 by Raphael
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The Holy Family with Raphael, Tobias and Saint Jerome (The Virgin with a Fish), c.1513/14
Prado Museum Madrid Spain
Original Size:215 x 158 cm
This painting reproduction will be completely painted by hand with oil paints on a blank linen canvas. We add additional 1.6" (4cm) of blank canvas above the offered size which will be used to stretch the canvas on a stretcher-bar.
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Nothing is known of how Raphael was commissioned to do this outstanding work. A letter of Summonte, in 1524, indicates that it was then in the chapel of the del Doce or del Duca family in St. Domenico, Naples. It is reasonable to think that it was conceived as an ex-voto for the cure of an eye malady, as is suggested by the presence of Tobias, who is being presented to the Virgin by the Archangel Raphael, and of St. Jerome. Raphael composed the group with a knowledge of curvilinear rhythms that recall the disposition of the figures around the arches in St. Maria della Pace (1514). The figures, however, appear exalted, purified in their reverent approach to the solemn, somewhat cold-looking Virgin, who leaves the principal role to the Child, seen in the act of grasping at the sacred book from which St. Jerome raises his eyes, and leaning affectionately towards the group of the angel and Tobias. The work is not considered to be entirely by the master's hand. Taking into account its less than excellent state of preservation, it is still an outstanding example of the formal and refined "prose" that Raphael knew how to compose during the years in which he created the Stanza of the Fire in the Borgo (1514-16).