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A Bishop Saint, perhaps Saint Augustine
Marco Zoppo

Along with paintings of Saints Peter, Jerome and Paul, this panel formed part of the upper tier of a polyptych (altarpiece consisting of several panels) of about 1470.

Zoppo's artistic training was in Padua, where he was much influenced by Mantegna, but he worked mostly in Venice and Bologna.

Key facts
Artist Marco Zoppo
Artist dates about 1432 - about 1478
Full title A Bishop Saint, perhaps Saint Augustine
Date made probably about 1468
Medium and support Tempera on wood
Dimensions 49.5 x 28.6 cm
Acquisition credit Presented by Alfred de Pass, 1920
Inventory number NG3541
Location in Gallery Not on display
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