The Temptation of Saint Anthony

Agostino Carracci, Italian, 1557 - 1602
after Jacopo Tintoretto, Italian, 1519 - 1594



Engraving on laid paper

Plate: 19 9/16 × 12 13/16 in. (49.7 × 32.5 cm)

Sheet: 19 3/4 × 12 15/16 in. (50.1 × 32.8 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Purchased through the Class of 1935 Memorial Fund



Place Made: Italy, Europe



Object Name


Research Area


Not on view


Inscribed, in plate, lower left: Iacobi Tintorettis pictoris / Veneti prestantissimi / inventum.; lower center: Antonius, cum Demones vario sub aspectu ipsum infestantes / perpetua patientia superasset, viso Domino confortantur.; lower right: Lucae Berteli For. / Anno. M.D.L.XXXII.; inscribed, in brown ink, lower margin: Peint par le Tintoret dans l'eglise du S. Gervaise & S. Protais a Venise. grave par Augustin Carrache.

Course History

ARTH 16.17, Rembrandt, Joy Kenseth, Spring 2016

ARTH 28.08 – Italian Art from Renaissance to Baroque: Crisis and Intervention, Elizabeth Kassler-Taub, Winter 2020

Exhibition History

A Decade of Collecting, 1985-1995: Old Master and Nineteenth Century European Prints from the Hood Museum of Art, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, December 9, 1995-February 4, 1996, no. 49.

An Introduction to the History of Art: Works From The 15th To 18th Centuries, Harrington Gallery Teaching Exhibition, Art History 2, Hood Museum of Art, Hanover, New Hampshire, December 24, 1994-February 5, 1995.

Remembrance of Things Past: Prints and Photographs from the Class of 1935 Memorial Fund, Harrington Gallery Teaching Exhibition, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, June 9-September 3, 2000.

Publication History

Richard Rand, "A Decade of Collecting, 1985-1995: Old Master and Nineteenth-Century European Prints", Hanover, New Hampshire: Trustees of Dartmouth College, 1995, no. 49.


James A. Bergquist, Boston, Massachusetts; sold to present collection, 1994.

Catalogue Raisonne

Bartsch XVIII.69.63; Bohlin 101

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