Pen and brown ink, brush with brown, pink, and green wash, heightened with white gouache, over traces of red chalk, on cream laid paper
209 × 276 mm
The Regenstein Collection
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Marcel Roethlisberger, “Neun Zeichnungen von Claude Lorrain,” Du 33 (July 1973), p. 516 (ill.).
“From Maineri to Miró: The Regenstein Collection Since 1975,” The Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 26 (2000), pp. 24-27 (ill.).
Suzanne Folds McCullagh, “‘A Lasting Monument’: The Regenstein Collection at The Art Institute of Chicago,” The Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 26, 1 (2000), p. 10.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “New Accessions,” December 2, 1989-June 8, 1990.
New York, The Frick Collection, “From Pontormo to Seurat: Drawings Recently Acquired by The Art Institute of Chicago,” April 23-July 7, 1991, n.p., cat. 11; The Art Institute of Chicago, September 10, 1991-January 5, 1992.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “The Broad Spectrum: Color on Paper, Past and Present,” September 12–October 31, 1999, hors. cat.
Probably the estate of the artist; possibly sold to Queen Christina of Sweden, 1689 [Roethlisberger 1973]. Don Livio Odescalchi, Duke of Bracciano (died 1711), from 1692 [Roethlisberger 1973]; by descent through the Odescalchi family, to 1957 [Roethlisberger 1973]. British Rail Pension Fund; sold by Lexbourne Ltd., London, to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1989.
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