London, South Kensington
9 December 2010
Attributed to Cesare Gennari (Cento 1637-1688 Bologna)
red chalk, unframed
7¾ x 5½ in. (20 x 14 cm.); and four other drawings of religious subjects from the Italian School (5)
A. Maggiori (L. 3005b), his attribution 'C. Gennari fece' (recto) and his inscription 'A. Maggiori comprò in Bologna l'an= no 1789' (verso).
C. Argentieri (L. 486b).
P.G. Breschi (L. 2079b).
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