Pen and brown ink, and brush and gray wash, over black chalk, on ivory laid paper; squared in black chalk, laid down on ivory card
Inscribed recto, upper right, in pen and blackish brown ink: “q[uest]a p[er]. S[anto]. D[…]; lower center, in pen and brown ink: “I C”; lower right, in pen and brown ink: “B”
357 × 254 mm
Gift of Jean and Steven Goldman
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A. E. Popham, “Sogliani and Perino del Vaga at Pisa,” Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs 86:505 (1945), p. 86, no. 9, as Sogliani.
Giovanna Rotondi, Il politico di Sant’Erasmo di Perino del Vaga: Rilevamento, una proposta didattica, problemi di restauro e di interpretazione, exh. cat. (Genoa: Museo dell’Accademia Ligustica, 1982), p. 9, fig. 3.
Corrado Maltese (editor), Raffaello e la cultura raffaellesca in Liguria: Interventi di restauro, problemi di conservazione e fruizione, exh. cat. (Genoa: Galleria Nazionale di Palazzo Spinola, 1982–83), p. 61, fig. 61.
Elena Parma Armani, Perin del Vaga: L’anello mancante (Sagep, 1986), p. 326, fig. 348.
Linda Wolk-Simon, “The ‘Pala Doria’ and Andrea Doria’s Mortuary Chapel: A Newly Discovered Project by Perino del Vaga,” Artibus et historiae 13:26 (1992), p. 174, no. 6.
Michael Jaffe, Roman and Neapolitan Schools (2 vols.) of the Devonshire Collection of Italian Drawings (London: Phaidon, 1994), no. 367 (ill.).
Washington D.C., National Gallery of Art, Old Master Drawings from Chatsworth, 1969–1970, cat. 53 (ill.); traveled.
London, Victoria and Albert Museum, Old Master Drawings from Chatsworth, 1973–1974, cat. 53 (ill.).
Mantua, Palazzo del Te, Perino del Vaga: Tra Raffaello e Michelangelo, 2001, lot 51 (ill. in reverse).
Art Institute of Chicago, Drawn to Drawings: The Goldman Collection, Oct. 18, 2008–Jan. 18, 2009, cat. 9 (ill.).
Sir Peter Lely (1618–1680), London [stamp (Lugt 2092), recto, lower right, in black]. William Cavendish, 2nd Duke of Devonshire (1665–1729), Chatsworth, Derbyshire, England [stamp (Lugt 718), recto, lower right, in black]; by descent to the 11th Duke [listed as no. 152 in Chatsworth inventory]; Trustees of the Chatsworth Settlement; sold, Christie’s, London, July 3, 1984, lot 34. Sold, Christie’s, New York, Jan. 10, 1996, lot 100, to Jean and Steven Goldman, Chicago; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2019.
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