Giovanni Antonio da Pordenone (Giovanni Antonio de Sacchis) (Italian, Pordenone 1483?–1539 Ferrara)
Point of brush and brown wash in two shades, faintly squared in charcoal, on beige paper
15-13/16 x 9-1/8 in. (40.2 x 23.1 cm)
The Elisha Whittelsey Collection, The Elisha Whittelsey Fund, 1961
Not on view
Inscription: Old mount bears the annotation Coregio [sic]; Annotated in pen and brown ink, on recto, at the right border: da m/ del Po/ [corrected in a later hand to read Co/regio] regio; graphite annotation on old mount: Antonio Allegri detto il Correggio; Long Russian annotation identifying the subject as a "Noli me Tangere".
Marking: Water stain at upper border.
Adrian Viktorovich Prachov (or Pracoff) (Russian)
Collection Adrien Prachoff: Dessins origineaux de maitres anciens.. Adrian Viktorovich Prachov (or Pracoff), St. Petersburg, 1906, pp. 10, 46, no. 43 (as Correggio).
Charles E. Cohen The Drawings of Giovanni Antonio da Pordenone. Florence, 1980, pp. 18-19, 41-42, 102, fig. 139.
Jacob Bean, Lawrence Turčić 15th and 16th Century Italian Drawings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1982, p. 128, no. 118, ill.
Caterina Furlan Il Pordenone. 1988, pp. 289-290, 214, no. D54, no. 77.
Charles E. Cohen The Art of Giovanni Antonio da Pordenone: Between Dialect and Language. Cambridge, 1996, vol. 2, p. 696.
Artist: Giovanni Antonio da Pordenone (Giovanni Antonio de Sacchis) (Italian, Pordenone 1483?–1539 Ferrara) Date: 1484–1539Medium: Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, highlighted with white gouache, on blue paper, squared vertically and horizontally in red chalk, diagonally in charcoalAccession: 60.135On view in:Not on view
Artist: Attributed to Giovanni Antonio da Pordenone (Giovanni Antonio de Sacchis) (Italian, Pordenone 1483?–1539 Ferrara) Date: ca. 1529Medium: Red chalk (recto); red chalk studies (verso)Accession: 19.76.12On view in:Not on view
Artist: Michelangelo Buonarroti (Italian, Caprese 1475–1564 Rome) Date: ca. 1510–11Medium: Red chalk, with small accents of white chalk on the left shoulder of the figure in the main study (recto); soft black chalk, or less probably charcoal (verso)Accession: 24.197.2On view in:Not on view
Artist: Leonardo da Vinci (Italian, Vinci 1452–1519 Amboise) Date: 1510–1513Medium: Black chalk, charcoal, and red chalk, with some traces of white chalk (?); some remains of framing outline in pen and brown ink at upper right (not by Leonardo)Accession: 51.90On view in:Not on view