London, South Kensington
9 July 2009
Italian School, circa 1500
A young woman wearing a cloak and a broad-brimmed hat (recto); Fragmentary sketch (verso)
with old attributions 'Beccafumi' and 'Muziano' (on the verso)
pen and brown ink (recto); red chalk (verso)
5 7/8 x 2¾ in. (15 x 7 cm.)
Marquis C. de Valori (L. 2500).
Anonymous sale; Phillips, London, 11 December 1996, lot 215, as 'Circle of Vincenzo Tamagni'.
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