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  • The Francesco St Jerome is an oil painting on copper by the Italian Renaissance artist Palma the Younger, dating from c. 1595. The painting was believed lost for over 250 years until being rediscovered in January 2008 and became known to the public when it was featured in a number of national newspapers in the United Kingdom and around the world. The painting is named after Palma's patron, Francesco Maria II della Rovere, Duke of Urbino. The painting dates from the height of Palma's fame and artistic ability. One of the most outstanding aspects of the painting is its fine detail and amazingly bright colours: paintings on copper often retain their brightness and condition better than those on canvas. The painting is currently stored in a bank after being valued at $500,000 in 2009.

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