"Christian Charity, Flemish School Early 16th Century."Roman charity, oil on wooden panel, dimensions: 46 cm x 33 cm, with frame: 66 cm x 53 cm, Flemish style school, early 16th century. Roman charity or even Péro and Cimon, is the story of a young girl Péro, who secretly nurses his father Cimon, sentenced to starve. The old man does not die, one of the guards realizes that Péro gives the breast to his father. The savvy judges decide to release the prisoner. At the top of our picture is the story in Latin, which translates as follows: While he was in prison, his Roman daughter, breastfeeding him, delivered him from death. In Flemish painting Manièrisme appears from the first quarter of the 16th century, with the Antwerp Mannerists.