London, South Kensington
5 December 2007
Follower of Raffaello Sanzio, called Raphael
The Vision of Ezekiel (recto), Christ on the Cross (verso)
with inscription 'Raffaelle' and numbers '121.' and '120.' (verso)
black chalk, pen and brown ink, brown wash, heightened with white, on blue paper, losses
16¾ x 11 5/8 in. (425 x 290 mm.)
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Derived from Raphael's Vision of Ezekiel in the Palazzo Pitti, Florence (J. Meyer zur Capellen, Raphael, The Paintings, Münster, 2005, II, p. 158, no. 60).
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Please note that the recto and verso are two sheets laiddown on the same support.
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