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Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. 50 (2015)
THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART JOURNAL | VOLUME 50

"Vincenzo de' Rossi as Architect: A Newly Discovered Drawing and project for the Pantheon in Rome"

Speelberg, Femke and Furio Rinaldi
2015
16 pages
15 illustrations
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The Metropolitan Museum Journal is issued annually by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Its purpose is to publish original research on works in the Museum’s collection. Articles are contributed by members of the Museum staff and other art historians and specialists.

Design for an Altar Surmounted by a Crucifix in Four Different Views, Vincenzo de' Rossi  Italian, Pen and brown ink, brush and gray-brown wash over traces of black chalk, ruling and compass work
1546–47
Design for a Freestanding Tomb Seen in Elevation and Plan, Antonio da Sangallo, the Younger  Italian, Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, over extensive compass-incised and stylus-ruled construction with pin-pricked measurements, on off-white paper now partly darkened
1530–35