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Pen and brown ink and brush and black ink wash, with yellow ocher and opaque white watercolors, on tan laid paper, incised with graphite for transfer
Inscribed verso of secondary support, center, in graphite: "213 / Titian"; in pen and dark brown ink: "Barnard/ Reynolds/ Udney"
23.4 × 18.2 cm (9 1/4 × 7 3/16 in.)
David Adler Fund
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Brigitte Volk-Knüttel,, Peter Candid Zeichnungen, Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München, 1979, p. 14 (ill.).
Brigitte Volk-Knüttel, Peter Candid (um 1548—1628): Gemälde, Zeichnungen, Druckgraphik. (Berlin: Deutscher Verlag fur Kunstwissenschaft, 2010), pp. 211-12, cat. Z14 (ill).
New York, Jacques Seligmann Galleries, Master Drawings, Nov. 6–Dec. 4, 1971, cat. 3.
Princeton University Art Museum, Drawings from the Holy Roman Empire 1540–1680, Oct. 3–Nov. 21, 1982, p. 122, cat. 42 (ill.); also Washington D.C., National Gallery of Art, Jan. 27–Apr. 11, 1983; and Pittsburgh, Carnegie Institute Museum of Art, Apr. 23–June 19, 1983.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Rubens, Rembrandt, and Drawing in the Golden Age”, September 28, 2019 - January 5, 2020, pp. 202-3 204, (ill.), 320, cat. 72, cat. by Victoria Sancho Lobis, et. al.
John Barnard (died 1784), London [verso inscription]. Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723–1792), London [verso inscription]. Robert Udney (1725–1802), London and Teddington [verso inscription]. John Thane (1748–1818), London [stamp (Lugt 1544) recto, lower left, in black]. R. J. M. Spranger, Esq.; sold, Christie’s, London, Dec. 1, 1970, lot 166. Sold by Jacques Seligmann and Company, New York, to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1972.
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