The museum is closed at 5pm, but the outside grounds will be filled with lots of outdoor Noel Night activities until 9pm. 

Saints Daniel of Padua and Louis of Toulouse, between 1495 and 1499

  • Jacopo da Montagnana, Italian, ca. between 1440 and 1450 - 1499

Tempera on wood panel

  • Unframed: 25 3/4 × 26 7/8 inches (65.4 × 68.3 cm)
  • 35 3/4 × 36 3/4 × 3 inches (90.8 × 93.4 × 7.6 cm)

Gift of Mrs. Ralph Harman Booth in memory of her husband


On View

  • European: Medieval C263


European Painting

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.]

Jacopo da Montagnana, Saints Daniel of Padua and Louis of Toulouse, between 1495 and 1499, tempera on wood panel. Detroit Institute of Arts, Gift of Mrs. Ralph Harman Booth in memory of her husband, 43.1.