Pen and brown ink and brush and brown wash, with charcoal, on ivory laid paper
351 × 472 mm
Helen Regenstein Collection
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James Byam Shaw, The Drawings of Domenico Tiepolo (London, 1952), p. 57.
Harold Joachim and Suzanne Folds McCullagh, Italian Drawings in the Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago and London, 1979), pp. 88-89, no. 144, pl. 151.
Georges Knox, “Domenico Tiepolo’s Punchinello drawings: Satire, or Labor of Love?” Satire in the 18th Century (New York and London, 1983), pp. 127 and 144.
Adelheid Gealt, Domenico Tiepolo: The Punchinello Drawings (New York, 1986), p. 44, no. 10.
Filippo Pedrocco, Disegni di Giandomenico Tiepolo (Milan, 1990), pp. 89-90, no. 34 (ill.).
Art Institute of Chicago, “The Helen Regenstein Collection of European Drawings,” 1974, pp. 36-37, cat. 17 (ill.).
New York, The Frick Collection, “Domenico Tiepolo’s Punchinello Drawings,” Jan. 22-Mar. 30, 1980, pp. 121 and 144-145, cat. S18 (ill.).
Art Institute of Chicago, “18th-Century Venetian Drawings,” Jan. 11-May 5, 1985, no cat.
Düsseldorf, Kunstmuseum, “The Glory of Venice in the North,” Feb. 16-Apr. 26, 1991.
Castello di Udine, “Domenico Tiepolo: Master Draftsman,” Sept. 14-Dec. 31, 1996, p. 217, cat. 156 (ill.); also BIoomington, Indiana University Art Museum, Jan. 15-Mar. 9, 1997.
Duc de Tayllerand. Mrs. D. Kilvert, New York. Sold by Rosenberg and Stiebel, New York, to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1968.
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