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Italian School, 16th Century
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Italian School, 16th Century

A monk being captured by a group of men (recto and verso)

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Italian School, 16th Century
A monk being captured by a group of men (recto and verso)
black chalk, pen and brown ink on pink prepared paper (recto and verso), traces of red chalk (verso)
8 x 8 3/8 in. (20.3 x 21.2 cm)
Provenance
Luigi Grassi (1858-1937), Florence (L. 1171b).
with Charles Albert de Burlet (1882-1956), Basel, by 1951 (as Tintoretto) (according to the Landolt typescript catalogue), from whom acquired by Robert Landolt.
Exhibited
Chur, Kunsthaus Chur, Aus Churer Privatbesitz. Graphik, Zeichnung, Aquarell, 1952, no. 135.
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