Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 12 (Sale info: $100.00).
After Titian. This picture may be regarded as a companion to No. 11, as the one gives the Saviour in his childhood and the other in manhood. The Scriptural idea embodied in the Tribute Money is graphically portrayed, and the traditional Christ of art beautifully preserved. [P. 7; see entry 00320011 for companion piece.]
Catalogue of German and Italian Paintings, collected in Europe by L.C. Hopkins, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1868. Cincinnati: Press of Robert Clarke & Co., 65 West Fourth Street.