About this artwork
Parmigianino’s assimilation of Raphael and the Roman School was very influential for the next generation of Mannerist draftsmen. This large and impressive sheet, once thought to be by Parmigianino himself, is freely derived from a drawing by him in the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, which relies heavily on Raphael’s Vatican frescoes.
- Currently Off View
- Prints and Drawings
- Follower of Parmigianino
- Marriage of the Virgin
- Pen and brown ink with brush and blue wash, corrected with touches of lead white (partially oxidized), over black chalk, on cream laid paper, laid down on ivory wove card
- Inscribed recto, lower left on mount, in graphite (in John Skippe's hand?): "parmigianino"
- 269 × 422 mm
- Purchased with funds provided by Mr. and Mrs. William O. Hunt