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Identification and Creation
Object Number
1985.131
People
Copy after Raphael, Italian (Urbino, Italy 1483 - 1520 Rome, Italy)
Title
Copy after the Louvre Study for "La Belle Jardiniere" by Raphael
Classification
Drawings
Work Type
sketchbook page, drawing
Date
16th century
Places
Creation Place: Europe, Italy, Tuscany, Florence
Culture
Italian
Physical Descriptions
Medium
Brown ink on cream antique laid paper, squared in red chalk, laid down overall on cream antique laid decorated mount of John Barnard (?)
Dimensions
27.3 x 19.4 cm (10 3/4 x 7 5/8 in.)
Inscriptions and Marks
  • inscription: u.r. of mount, graphite: 11
  • collector's mark: l.r. of mount, brown ink, by hand: L. 1419
  • inscription: right center, brown ink, by hand: L. 1420
    Description:
    JB- No: 383/
    10 3/4 by 8/
    1760
  • inscription: l.l. of mount, graphite: Barnard/ R. P. Knight
  • inscription: bottom center of mount, brown ink: Rafaello.
  • inscription: bottom center, graphite: [illegible] J. Barnard Sale/ Study for La Belle Jardiniere
  • inscription: l.r. of mount, graphite: It. 17th c./ 1985.131
  • inscription: verso of mount, u.l., brown ink: 33 [or it may be 53]
  • inscription: verso, u.r. of mount, graphite: 102;
    ------
    41
    [mark after 102 may not be a semi-colon]
Provenance
John Barnard, London, England (L. 1419 and L. 1420).
John B. Davidson, Gift to Harvard University Art Museums, 1985.
Acquisition and Rights
Credit Line
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of John B. Davidson and Mrs. Louis G. Davidson
Accession Year
1985
Object Number
1985.131
Division
European and American Art
Contact
am_europeanamerican@harvard.edu
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