Pen and brown ink on cream laid paper, laid down on ivory card
Inscribed recto, lower center, in pen and brown ink: "Campagnola"
21.2 × 31.8 cm (8 3/8 × 12 9/16 in.)
The Leonora Hall Gurley Memorial Collection
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Wilhelm Suida, “Tizian, die beiden Campagnola und Ugo da Carpi,” Critica d’Arte 1 (1935-36), pp. 287.
Ulrich Middeldorf, Manuscript for a catalogue of drawings, The Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago,1938-40), no. 122.
Hans Tietze and Erica Tietze-Conrat, The Drawings of the Venetian Painters in the 15th and 16th Centuries (New York, 1944), p. 126, no. 451.
Early Italian Engravings From the National Gallery of Art, exhibition cat. by Jay Levenson, Konrad Oberhuber, and Jacquelyn Sheehan (Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art, 1973) p. 431.
Wendy Steadman Sheard, Antiquity in the Renaissance, exhibiton cat., Smith College Museum of Art (Northampton, 1978), no. 46.
Elisabetta Saccomani, “Alcune proposte per il catalogo dei disegni di Domenico Campagnola,” Arte Veneta 32 (1978), pp. 106-11.
Harold Joachim, Italian Drawings of the 15th, 16th, and 17th Centuries, The Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago, 1979), p. 40, no. 1G7 (as Luca Cambiaso).
Elisabetta Saccomani, “Domenico Campagnola: gli anni della maturità,” Arte Veneta 34 (1980), pp. 63-77.
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. 65, no. 81 (ill.).
Art Institute of Chicago, “The Leonora Hall Gurley Collection of Drawings: Early Italian,” Mar. 5-Apr. 30, 1922, cat. 4.
Art Institute of Chicago, “Italian drawings in the Art Institute of Chicago,” Apr. 17-July 31, 1980, pp. 24-25, no. 8, pl. 14 (as Luca Cambiaso); also, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Northhampton, Mass., Smith College Museum of Art, “Antiquity in the Renaissance,” April 6-June 6, 1978, cat. by Wendy Stedman Sheard, cat. 46.
Art Institute of Chicago, “Drawings Rediscovered: Italian Drawings before 1600 in The Art Institute of Chicago,” April 10, 1997-July 22, 1997.
Peter Lely [stamp (Lugt 2092), recto, lower right, in black]. F. Abbott [embossed stamp (Lugt 970), recto, lower right, on mount]. Unknown collector [stamp (F.B. within inverted heart; not in Lugt) on former mount]. Sold, Puttick & Simpson, London, Aug. 6-7, 1914, to William F. E. Gurley (1854–1943), Chicago [stamp (Lugt 5308), ecto, lower right and verso, center on mount, in black; Gurley Card Index]; given to the Art Institute of Chicago for the Leonora Hall Gurley Memorial Collection, 1922 [stamp (Lugt 1230b), verso, center on mount, in black].
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