27 January 2009,
New York, Rockefeller Center
Price realised USD 688
Estimate USD 700 - USD 1,000
Attributed to Girolamo da Carpi (Ferrara c. 1501-1556)
Studies after the Antique including a statue of Hercules, two classically draped female figures and a horse's head
traces of black chalk, pen and brown ink, the top shaped
7¾ x 5¼ in. (197 x 133 mm.)
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Professor Held noted that the two women lower right also appear in a drawing attributed to Antonio da Sangallo in the Uffizi (inv. 1158E).
J. Richardson Sen. with his mount (cut down) and associated shelfmark (B*9/37/Da 27/CC 27) and mount (L. 2984).
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