formerly attributed to:


Normandy c. 1510? - probably in Bologna, Italy, between 1565 and 1568

Maker: Atelier de moulage des musées nationaux

Saint Jean, l'un des quatre Evangélistes, et l'une des trois Vertus théologales

Saint John, one of the four Evangelists, and one of the three Theological Virtues

cast from a relief c. 1544-1552



Acc. No.: MSA SC 4680-70-0014 a

Credit Line: Collection of the Maryland State Archives

Photo credit: Collection of the Maryland Commission on Artistic Property of the Maryland State Archives

© Artist : public domain


  • 1878-1879, Bought in Paris by the Peabody Institute, Baltimore, for its "Gallery of Art", with funds given in 1876 by John W. Garrett (1820-1884), railroad owner and philanthropist
  • formerly in the Peabody Institute Art Collection, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore
  • 1996, Peabody Art Collection acquired by the State of Maryland and adminstrated by the Maryland Commission on Artistic Property, Maryland State Archives


  • Peabody Art Collection website, June 13, 2013
  • 1879 Report
    Twelth Annual Report of the Provost to the Trustees of the Peabody Institute of the City of Baltimore, June 1, 1879, p. 26
  • 1996 Rionnet
    Florence Rionnet, L'Atelier de moulage du musée du Louvre (1794-1928), Paris, Réunion des musées nationaux, Notes et documents des musées de France n° 28, 1996, Catalogue des oeuvres moulées par l'atelier du Louvre des origines à 1928 et leur apparition dans les documents de vente successifs jusqu'en 1991, p. 98, 238-239 n° 932 : Anciennement attribués à Jean Goujon

Related works

  • Marble relief from the chapel altar of Château d'Ecouen, today at the Musée Condé in Chantilly, c. 1544-1552.