Pen and brown ink, and brush and brown wash, over touches of red chalk, on cream laid paper, laid down on blue laid laminated card
239 x 179 mm
Promised gift of Richard and Mary L. Gray
Extended information about this artwork
Julian Brooks, “Andrea Boscoli’s ‘Loves of Gerusalemme Liberata,” Master Drawings 38 (2000), pp. 452–53 (as missing).
Elena Fumagalli et al., L’arme e gli amori: La Poesia di Aroiosta, Tasso e Guarini nell’arte fiorentina del Seicento, exh. cat. (Palazzo Pitti, 2001), p. 89 (as missing).
Julian Brooks, Graceful and True: Drawing in Florence c. 1600, exh. cat. (Ashmolean Museum, 2003), under cat. 19 n. 2.
Nadia Bastogi, Andrea Boscoli (Edifir, 2008), p. 204 n.157, and p. 202 n.237 (as location unknown).
Art Institute of Chicago, Gray Collection: Seven Centuries of Art, Sept. 25, 2010–Jan. 2, 2011, cat. 15 (ill.).
Luca Fei, Filottrano, c. 1611. John Barnard, London [script (Lugt 1419) recto, lower right, in pen and brown ink]; probably sold, Greenwood’s, London, Feb. 24, 1787, lots 2 or 9. Baroness Jean de Nervo, 1964. Private collection, France; sold, Beaussant Lefévre, Paris, Dec. 18, 2002, lot 17. Sold by Jean-Luc Baroni, London, to Richard and Mary L. Gray, Chicago, May 5, 2003; promised to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2019.
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