Artist Jacopo da Montagnana, Italian, ca. between 1440 and 1450 - 1499
  • Saints Daniel of Padua and Louis of Toulouse
Date between 1495 and 1499
Medium tempera on wood panel
Dimensions Unframed: 25 3/4 × 26 7/8 inches (65.4 × 68.3 cm)
Framed: 35 3/4 × 36 3/4 × 3 inches (90.8 × 93.4 × 7.6 cm)
Credit Line Gift of Mrs. Ralph Harman Booth in memory of her husband
Accession Number 43.1
Department European Painting
On View European: Medieval C263, Level 2 (see map)
Julius Böhler (Berlin, Germany).
by 1931, Ralph Harman Booth [1873–1931] (Detroit, Michigan, USA);
by 1931, by inheritance to his spouse M. Mary Booth [1879–1951] (Detroit, Michigan, USA);
1943–present, gift to the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Venturi, Lionello. Pitture Italiane in America. Milan, 1931, unpaginated, no. 327. (ill.). [as "S. Lorenzo e S. Luigi" by Bernardino Zenale.]

Berenson, Bernard. Italian Pictures of the Renaissance. Oxford, 1932, p. 608. [as "Petronius and Louis of Toulouse (?)" by Marco Zoppo.]

The Sixteenth Loan Exhibition of Old Masters, Italian Paintings of the XIV to XVI Century. Exh. cat., Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, 1933, unpaginated, no. 85. [as "St. Laurence and St. Louis of Toulouse" by Bernardino Zenale.]

Venturi, Lionello. Italian Paintings in America, vol. 2. New York, 1933, unpaginated, no. 439 (ill.).

Moschetti, Andrea. “Di Jacopo di Montagna e delle sue opera.” Bollettino del Museo civico di Padova 27–28 (1934–1939): pp. 88–90. [As “SS. Petrouio e Luigi di Tolosa.”]

Berenson, Bernard. Pitture Italiane del Rinascimento. Milan, 1936, p. 523. [as "S.S. Petronio e Luigi di Tolosa (?)" by Marco Zoppo]

Suida, William. "Bernardo Zenale: Addenda et Corrigenda" Art in America 31, no. 1 (January 1943): 5–20, p. 15, 17 (ill.). [as "St. Louis of Toulouse and a St. Diacon" by Bernardo Zenale.]

Richardson, Edgar P., ed. The Detroit Institute of Arts, Catalogue of Paintings. Detroit, 1944, pp. 147–148, no. 803; p. 188 (ill.). [as by Bernardo Zenale.]

Richardson, Edgar P. "Two Saints by Bernardo Zenale." Bulletin of the DIA 23, no. 8 (1944): pp. 62–63 (ill.). [as by Bernardo Zenale].

Arrigoni, Paolo. "Zenale, Bernardo (Bernardino)" In Allgemeines Lexikon der Bildenden Künstler 36, ed. Hans Vollmer et al. Leipzig, 1947, p. 456. [as "Lorenz und Ludwig in Halbfig" by Bernardo Zenale]

Wittgens, Fernanda. "La Pittura Lombarda nella Seconda Meta del Quattrocento." In Storia di Milano, vol. 7. Milan, 1956, p. 785.

Suida, William. "Pitture Lombarde del Rinascimento." Rivista d’Arte 32 (January 1957): 151–173, pp. 163–164 (ill.). [as by Bernardo Zenale]

Arte lombarda dai Visconti agli Sforza. Exh. cat., Palazzo Reale. Milan, 1958, pp. 154–155, no. 489. [as “S. Ludovico di Tolosa e S. Vincenzo (?)”.]

Santagiuliana, Tullio and Ildebrando Santagiuliana. Storia di Treviglio. Bergamo, 1965, pp. 247, 287. [As “San Lodvico di Tolosa e San Vincenzo.”]

Fredericksen, Burton B. and Federico Zeri. Census of Pre-Nineteenth-Century Italian Paintings in North American Public Collections. Cambridge, 1972, p. 365. [as "Fragment with Louis of Toulouse and Anonymous Deacon."]

"Repertorio delle opera: Le opera di Bernardo Zenale." Arte Lombarda 63, no. 3. (1982): 41–89, pp. 55–56 (ill.).

Barnet, Peter. Clothed in Majesty: European Ecclesiastical Textiles from the Detroit Institute of Arts. Exh. cat., Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, 1991, p. 50 (ill.). [As by attributed to Jacopo da Montagnana.]