8 April 2009
Giulio Bonasone (circa 1510- after 1576)
Michelangelo Buonarotti (B. 345; Massari 85)
engraving, 1546, watermark Scorpion (?) in a Circle (not in Briquet or Piccard), a fine impression of the second state (of three), printing with many wiping marks, trimmed on or just outside the platemark, a few small and unobtrusive foxmarks, generally in very good condition
P., S. 231 x 176 mm.
Charles Alexander Loeser (without mark and not in Lugt), Sotheby's, Florence, 23 October 1974, lot 55.
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