Madonna and Child with Two Angels and a Donor, ca. 1445 Giovanni di Paolo (Giovanni di Paolo di Grazia) (Italian, Sienese, 1398–1482) Tempera on wood, gold ground (partly checkered with modern red glazes) Dating from ca. 1445, this image was probably the center panel of an altarpiece paid for by the diminutive kneeling figure.
Carlo Crivelli. The Madonna of the Swallow, 1490. Enthroned Madonna with Saint Jerome, and Saint Sebastian. Saint Jerome appears to the left of the Virgin, with his usual attributes of model Church, Cardinal's robes, lion, and of course books.
Giovanni Bellini: 'Saint Jerome reading in a Landscape'
Munich BSB Cgm 5062; St Jerome portrayed with his attribute, a lion, and in cardinal's regalia.
Botticelli, The Last Communion of Saint Jerome, c. early 1490s
'Saint Jerome as a Cardinal' by Master of Grossgmain