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Pen and brown ink with brush and brown wash, over black chalk, on paper
Inscribed recto, upper left, in pen and brown ink: "uom si vive [?]"; inscribed verso, upper center, in pen and brown ink: "70"
14.1 × 11.8 cm (5 9/16 × 4 11/16 in.)
Gift of Mrs. Chauncey McCormick and Mrs. Richard E. Danielson
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Arthur E. Popham, “Parmigianino as a Landscape Draughtsman,” Art Quarterly 20 (1957), pp. 275-86.
Bertha H. Wiles, “Two Parmigianino Drawings from the Aeneid,” Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 1 (1966), pp. 96-111, fig. 6, as The Old Shepherd.
Arthur E. Popham, “The Baiardo Inventory,” in Studies in Renaissance and Baroque Art Presented to Anthony Blunt (London and New York, 1967), pp. 26-29.
Suzanne Folds McCullagh and Laura M. Giles, Italian Drawings before 1600 in The Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of the Collection (Chicago, 1997), p. 171, no. 220 (ill.).
Art Institute of Chicago, “Italian drawings in the Art Institute of Chicago,” 1979-1980, cat. 15, pl. 20, cat. by Harold Joachim and Suzanne Folds McCullagh; also travelled to Washington, D.C., The National Gallery.
Art Institute of Chicago, “Drawings Rediscovered: Italian Drawings before 1600 in The Art Institute of Chicago,” April 10-July 22, 1997.
Cavaliere Francesco Baiardo (died 1561); bequeathed to his grandson, Marcantonio Cavalca. Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel (1585-1646), London; sold, London, Tart Hall (Stafford House), 1720, to Gerhard Michael Jabach; sold, Paris, 1721 to Count Antonio Maria Zanetti (see Lugt 2992f). Giovanni Antonio Armano. E. Bouverie [stamp (Lugt 325), recto, lower right, in black]. Charles Deering (1852–1927), Chicago; by descent to his daughters, Mrs. Chauncey McCormick (née Marion Deering; 1886–1965), Chicago and Mrs. Richard Ely Danielson (née Barbara Deering; 1885–1957), Chicago; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1927.
McCullagh & Giles 220
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