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Seated satyr, with enlarged head of same (recto); head of a woman (verso)

Artist:
Pellegrino Tibaldi (Italian, Puria di Valsolda 1527–1596 Milan)
Date:
1527–96
Medium:
Recto, pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, with traces of highlighting in white gouache on faded blue paper (recto); black chalk and charcoal highlighted with traces of white chalk (?) (verso)
Dimensions:
9 1/2 x 12 1/4in. (24.1 x 31.1cm)
Classification:
Drawings
Credit Line:
Gift of Cornelius Vanderbilt, 1880
Accession Number:
80.3.83
Not on view
Marking: Watermark: anchor in circle, near Briquet 467
James Jackson Jarves; Cornelius Vanderbilt (American, Staten Island, New York 1843–1899 New York); Donor: Cornelius Vanderbilt (American, Staten Island, New York 1843–1899 New York)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Coles Gallery, 8: Tapestries and Paintings, Malachites, Vases, Drawings by Old Masters, Etchings, Photographs, and Tapestries in Gallery 4, Main Hall.," 1895.

Coles Gallery, 8: Tapestries and Paintings, Malachites, Vases, etc.; Drawings by Old Masters, Etchings, Photographs, and Tapestries in Gallery 4, Main Hall. Exh. cat., The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Hand-book, no. 8, New York, 1895, cat. no. 83.

William M. Griswold "Some newly-discovered drawings in The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Beccafumi, Savoldo and Tibaldi." Apollo. vol. 140, London, 1994, p. 25 (as Pellegrino Tibaldi).



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