Pen and black ink, and brush and gray wash, over graphite, on buff laid paper
323 × 335 mm
Gift of Mrs. Lester Abelson
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Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Art Museum, “Drawings from the Holy Roman Empire 1540-1680: A Selection from North American Collections,” October 1-November 22, 1982, cat. 37, cat. by Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann; traveled to Washington D.C., the National Gallery of Art, January 23-April 11, 1983; and Pittsburgh, Pa., the Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, April 23-June 19, 1983.
Hippolyte Destailleur (died 1893), Paris; sold, Morgand, Paris, May 19-23, 1896, lot 174. Alfred Beurdeley (died 1919), Paris [Lugt 421]. Given by Mrs. Lester Abelson to the Art Institute, 1966.
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