Saints Jerome and Francis of Assisi Adoring the Trinity
Italy (Artist's nationality:)
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Pen and brown ink with brush and brown wash, over graphite, on tan laid paper
37.9 × 26.7 cm (14 15/16 × 10 9/16 in.)
The Leonora Hall Gurley Memorial Collection
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Joachim Harold and Suzanne Folds McCullagh, Italian Drawings of the 15th, 16th, and 17th Centuries, pp. 63-64, no. 2D12 (as “Bartolomeo Passarotti [?], Saints Jerome and Dominic Adoring the Trinity”)
Nicola Spinosa and Rossana Muzii, I Grandi Disegni Italiani nella Collezione del Museo di Capodimonte a Napoli (Milan, 1987), no. 17 (as “dubitavamente attribuito al Passerotti”).
Corrine Höper, Bartolomeo Passarotti, 1529-1592 (Worms, 1987), vol. 2, p. 171, under Z 254.
Suzanne Folds McCullagh and Laura M. Giles, Italian Drawings before 1600 in The Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of the Collection (Chicago, 1997), pp. 181-82, no. 236 (ill.).
Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art, “Italian drawings in The Art Institute of Chicago,” pp. 37-38, no. 30, pl. 40, cat. by Harold Joachim and Suzanne Folds McCullagh; traveled to The Art Institute of Chicago, 1979-80.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Drawings Rediscovered: Italian Drawings before 1600 in The Art Institute of Chicago,” April 10-June 22, 1997.
McCullagh & Giles 236
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