Pen and brown ink, with brush and brown wash, over traces of charcoal, heightened with opaque white watercolor (partially discolored), on buff laid paper
Inscribed verso, center, in graphite: “5411 / frb”; lower center, in graphite: “Donato Parigi / Sienna 1680”; lower right, in graphite: “Uytewal”
147 x 195 mm
Regenstein Endowment Fund
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Jaap Bolten, Abraham Bloemaert, c. 1565–1651: The Drawings, 2 vols. (Leiden: J. Bolten, 2007), no. 575, I: 202; II: 262 (ill.).
Dr. Curt Glaser (1879–1943), Berlin; sold, Max Perl, Berlin, May 18, 1933, lot 669, (as Wtewael,) to Richard Holtkott (1866–1950), Bedburg, Germany [his stamp (Lugt 4266), verso, lower left in purple ink]; by descent to his grandson, Kerry County, Ireland; sold to David Lachenmann, Zurich, around 1992 [email correspondence with David Lachenmann]; sold through Artemis Fine Art S.A., Vaduz, to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2020.
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