Possibly after a design by Titian (Tiziano Vecellio) (Italian, Pieve di Cadore ca. 1485/90?–1576 Venice)
Possibly After a drawing by Leonardo da Vinci (Italian, Vinci 1452–1519 Amboise)
Sheet (trimmed to plate): 8 3/4 × 8 15/16 in. (22.2 × 22.7 cm)
Anonymous Gift, 1929
Not on view
Hind and Tietze suggest Leonardo's preparatory drawings for "Battle of Anghiari" as Domenico's model. Suida argues that it reflects ideas of Titian and the battle scene commissioned for the Doge's Palace in 1513.
Inscription: Artist's name and date in plate at lower left: 'DOMINICVS / CĀPAGNOLA / .1517.'
B.XIII.384.10; TIB.Commentary.XXV.2519.013; Hind.V.211.4; Washington 1973 cat.no. 156
Adam von Bartsch Le Peintre graveur. Vienna, 1803, cat. no. XIII.384.10.
Arthur Mayger Hind Early Italian engraving: a critical catalogue with complete reproduction of all the prints described. London and New York, 1938-1948, cat. no. V.211.4.
Jay A. Levenson, Konrad Oberhuber, Jacquelyn L. Sheehan Early Italian Engravings from the National Gallery of Art. Washington DC, 1973, cat. no. cat.no. 156.