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Journal v 52 cover

"The Madonna and Child with Saints Francis and Dominic, and Angels by Giulio Cesare Procaccini: Masterpiece from the Archinto Collection"

Colombi, Martina
5 pages
1 illustrations
AAM Publications Design Competition First Prize, Magazines/Scholarly Journals (2018)
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The Metropolitan Museum Journal is issued annually and publishes original research on works of art in the Museum's collection. Highlights of volume 52 include a study of the intertwined relationship between two late masterpieces by Andrea del Sarto, new attributions for seven Roman drawings from the 16th and 17th centuries, and a reevaluation of Horace Pippin's painting, The Lady of the Lake from the late 1930s.

Met Art in Publication

Study for the Figure of Saint Peter, Daniele da Volterra (Daniele Ricciarelli)  Italian, Black chalk
Daniele da Volterra (Daniele Ricciarelli)
ca. 1545
The Last Supper, Anonymous, Italian, mid-16th century  Italian, Brush and brown wash, over black chalk
Anonymous, Italian, mid-16th century
Study for the Ascension of the Virgin, Marco Pino  Italian, Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, squared in black chalk
Marco Pino
16th century
Mary Magdalen Annointing the Feet of Christ, Raffaellino da Reggio (Raffaello Motta) or copy after Italian, Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash over black chalk on light brown paper
Raffaellino da Reggio (Raffaello Motta)
Project for a Rectangular Ceiling with Papal Coat of Arms (recto); Design for a Courtyard (verso), Giovanni Alberti  Italian, Pen and brown ink, brush with brown and gray wash, ruling and compass work, over traces of black chalk
Giovanni Alberti
Vestal Virgin, Giovanni Guerra  Italian, Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, on white paper
Giovanni Guerra
16th century
A Cartouche and Two Shields Surrounded by Allegorical Figures., Andrea Lilli (Lilio)  Italian, Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, highlighted with white gouache, over red and black chalk
Andrea Lilli (Lilio)
Teatro delle Nobili et Virtuose Donne..., title page (recto), Isabella Catanea Parasole  Italian, Woodcut, engraving
Isabella Catanea Parasole

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———. 2017c. Metropolitan Museum Journal Volume 52, 2017. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.