Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Italian, 1696-1770
after Paolo Veronese, Italian, 1528-1588
Title: Christ in the House of Simon the Pharisee
Date: c.1761
Medium: Oil on canvas
145 x 158.5 cm
Credit Line: Purchased, 1943
Object Number: NGI.1111
Exhibition HistoryThe Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, 1937

Centenary Exhibition, National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, October - December 1964

From Titian to Delacroix: Masterpieces from the National Gallery of Ireland, Yokohama Sogo Museum of Art, 25 August 1993 - 17 October 1993; Chiba Sogo Museum of Art, 10 November 1993 - 20 December 1993; Prefectural Museum of Art, Yamaguchi, 5 January 1994 - 20 February 1994; Kobe City Museum, 25 February 1994 - 10 April 1994; Isetan Museum of Art, 14 April 1994 - 24 May 1994

European Masterpieces from the National Gallery of Ireland, National Gallery, Canberra, 25 June 1994 - 3 October 1994; Art Gallery of New South Wales, 21 October 1994 - 15 January 1995

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