Raffaello Motta, called Raffaellino da Reggio (1550-1578)
Raffaello Motta, called Raffaellino da Reggio (1550-1578)

The Holy Ghost surrounded by music-making angels

Details
Raffaello Motta, called Raffaellino da Reggio (1550-1578)
The Holy Ghost surrounded by music-making angels
with calculations (verso)
black chalk, pen and brown ink, some of the outlines incised
watermark fleur-de-lys over three mounts in a cartouche
265 x 341 mm.
Provenance
Sir Thomas Lawrence (L. 2445).
Samuel Woodburn, 1830; Christie's London, 4 June 1860, part of lot 1074 (60gns. to Sir Thomas Phillipps).
Sir Thomas Phillipps, by descent to
Thomas Fitzroy Fenwick.
Dr. A.S.W Rosenbach, 1930.
Philip H. and A.S.W. Rosenbach Foundation, Philadelphia.
The British Rail Pension Fund; Sotheby's New York, 11 January 1990, lot 45, illustrated.
Literature
J.A. Gere, 'The Lawrence Phillips-Rosenbach Zuccaro Album', Master Drawings, 1970, VIII, p. 132, no. 22, pl. 15a (as Federico Zuccaro).
J.A. Gere and P. Pouncey, Italian Drawings from the British Museum, Artists working in Rome c. 1550 to c. 1640, London, 1983, p. 147 (as Raffaellino da Reggio).
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