The Immaculate Conception

The Immaculate Conception

Artist: attributed to Juan de Sevilla (Spanish, 1643-1695)

Date: ca. 1670-1695
Dimensions:
Overall: 57 11/16 x 43 7/8 in. (146.5 x 111.5 cm)
frame: 67 15/16 x 53 9/16 in. (172.5 x 136 cm)
Classification: PAINTING
Credit Line: Museum purchase, Joseph O. Eaton Fund and partial funds provided by George Alfred Cluett, Class of 1896
Object number: 55.21
Inscribed: no inscription
Provenance: Franciscan Covent Del Angel, Granada, Spain, -1860; to Sir J.C. Robinson, 1863-1868 (stated by him as having come from the convent at Granada where it was until its demolition about 1860; sold to Sir Francis Cook, 1901 (kept at Monserrate, near Lisbon); to Sir Frederick Cook, 1920; to Sir Herbert Cook, 1955; to (Kleinberger & Co.), 1955; to present collection
Terms
  • putti
  • immaculate conception
On view
Exhibitions:The Anxiety of Influence: European and American Art, 1689-1913
Remixing the Hall
Object Lab Spring 2018