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Inscribed verso, upper left, in pen and ink: "P. Mariette 1666"; in graphite: " d... et d... / Francesco Vanni / con... ... ... page 196 / S.te Catherine de Sienne / cachet R. Dumesnil / mariette / 20"
Plate/sheet: 11.9 × 7.7 cm (4 11/16 × 3 1/16 in.)
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Pierre Mariette (1634–1716), Paris [his inscription “P. Mariette 1666” verso]. Robert-Dumesnil (1778–1864), Paris [Lugt 2199]. Sold by Nicolaas Teeuwisse OHG, Berlin, to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2022.
Bartsch 2 I/II
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