1 - 2 October 2008
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Attributed to Bartolommeo Neroni, Il Riccio (Italian, circa 1500-1571)
A standing nude with subsidiary studies of a male head in profile and a bishop (recto); A standing nude (verso)
black chalk, pen and brown ink on paper, trimmed to an arch at the top and made up
10 1/8 x 5½ in. (254 x 140 mm.)
Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 5 July 1988, lot 36, where acquired by the present owners.
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Urbana-Champaign, Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois, The Ziff Collection of Old Master and Nineteenth Century Drawings, 1999, no. 7.
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