Collection of Prints and Drawings

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Production People
Giovanni Jacopo Caraglio (Print made by)artist bio
Caraglio, Giovanni Jacopo
b Verona or Parma, c. 1500–05; d ?Kraków, 26 Aug 1565

Raphael (After)artist bio
Raphael [Santi, Raffaello; Sanzio, Raffaello]
b Urbino, 28 March or 6 April 1483; d Rome, 6 April 1520
Title / Description
The Virgin and Child with St Elizabeth and the Infant John the Baptist
 
Date
c. 1527
 
Technique
engraving
Material
paper
Dimensions
275 x 216 mm (sheet, trimmed close to platemark)
Inscriptions
no
State
first state of three
 
Watermark
no
Provenance
Stephan Delhaes (Lugt 761)
 
References
Bartsch XV.69.5 (first state of two) info
Adam Bartsch, Le peintre-graveur, vols. 21, Vienna 1803-21

Passavant VI.96.5 info
Johann David Passavant, Le peintre-graveur, 6 vols., Leipzig 1860-64

Rome 1985, p. 207, no. XXXIX.1 (first state of two) info
Grazia Bernini Pezzini, Stefania Massari et al., Raphael invenit: Stampe da Raffaello nelle collezioni dell'Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica, exhibition catalogue, Rome, Calcografia Nazionale 1985

Rome 1993, no. 53 (first state of two) info
Giulio Romano pinxit et delineavit: Opere grafiche autografe di collaborazione e bottega, Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica, ed. Stefania Massari, exhibition catalogue, Rome, Palazzo della Farnesina 1993

Cirillo Archer in TIB 1995, 2802.005.S1 (first state of
three) info
Madeline Cirillo Archer, Italian Masters of the Sixteenth Century, The Illustrated Bartsch, vol. 28, Part 1 (Commentary), New York 1995
 
Comment
Related to the so-called Small Holy Family of 1518-19, preserved in the Louvre, the design of which is attributed to Raphael while the execution is assigned to Giovanni Francesco Penni or more probably Giulio Romano. Cirillo Archer in TIB suggests that the print was not modeled from the painting itself but from one of its variants or a drawing. Stefania Massari in Rome 1993 pointed out that the print follows a red chalk drawing, attributed to Giulio Romano and dated c. 1520 (Windsor, Royal Library, inv. no. RL 12740), which shows raphaelesque influences and is especially close to the Madonna della Perla in the Prado, Madrid. This first state of the print is very rare.
 
Inventory Number
6766
 
Classification
Prints: Italian: 16th century: Mounted I
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