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A Tabernacle Containing a Papal Escutcheon Supported by Angels

Artist:
Giulio Romano (Italian, Rome 1499?–1546 Mantua)
Date:
ca. 1538–40
Medium:
Pen and brown ink, over traces of leadpoint or soft black chalk and stylus-ruling
Dimensions:
17-7/8 x 13-9/16 in. (45.4 x 34.4 cm)
Classification:
Drawings
Credit Line:
Purchase, The Elisha Whittelsey Collection, The Elisha Whittelsey Fund, and Charlotte Gere Gift, in memory of John Gere; and Gift of Malcolm Wiener, 1998
Accession Number:
1998.10
Not on view
Marking: collection mark of Peter Lely at bottom center
Sir Peter Lely (Pieter van der Faes) (British, Soest 1618–1680 London); Prosper Henry Lankrink (Flemish, Antwerp 1628–1692 London); John Gere (British, 1921–1995 London); Charlotte Gere (British, born 1937)- London; Donor: Malcolm Hewitt Wiener Foundation Gift
Morgan Library & Museum, New York. "Drawings by Raphael and His Circle from British and North American Collections," January 1, 1987–December 31, 1988.

Hunter College Art Galleries, New York. "Giulio Romano, Master Designer (1499-1546)," September 14, 1999–November 24, 1999.

J. A. Gere Drawings by Raphael and His circle from British and North American Collections Exh. cat. The Morgan Library & Museum, New York. New York, 1987, cat. no. 66, ill.

Janet Cox-Rearick Giulio Romano: Master Designer. Exh. cat., The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery, and Hunter College of the City of New York. New York, 1999, pp. 136-37, no. 42 (entry by Richard Aste).

Linda Wolk-Simon, Carmen C. Bambach "Toward a Framework and Chronology for Giulio Romano's Early Pen Drawings" Master Drawings. 37, no. 2 (Summer 1999), 1999, pp. 75-77 n. 19,f fig. 10.



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