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Charcoal, heightened with white chalk, on blue laid paper (faded to bluish gray)
18.1 × 27.6 cm (7 3/16 × 10 7/8 in.)
Margaret Day Blake Collection
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Lu Bro, Drawing: A Study Guide (New York and London, 1978), p. 108.
Suzanne Folds McCullagh and Laura M. Giles, Italian Drawings before 1600 in The Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of the Collection (Chicago, 1997), pp. 238-39, no. 311 (ill.).
The Art Institute of Chicago, “A Quarter Century of Collecting: Drawings Given to The Art Institute of Chicago 1944-1970 by Margaret Day Blake,” April 28-June 7, 1970, n.p., cat. 3 (ill.).
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Drawings Rediscovered: Italian Drawings before 1600 in The Art Institute of Chicago,” April 10-July 22, 1997, cat. 311, cat. by Suzanne Folds McCullagh and Laura M. Giles.
Private collector; sold, Sotheby’s, London, November 11, 1965, lot 41. Sold by Richard Zinser, New York, to the Art Institute, 1966.
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