16 April 1997
Attributed to Annibale Carracci (1560-1609)
A Group of Trees (recto)
A caricature of an old man (verso, laid down) and with illegible inscription (verso)
pen and brown ink, ink gall damages
267 x 199 mm.
Baron de Malaussena (L. 1887), his associated number '41.'.
Nicos Dhikeos (his mark, not in Lugt).
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The handling of the present drawing is comparable to that of a study of trees by Annibale exhibited at the Louvre, Paris, Le Paysage en Europe du XVIe au XVIIIe siècle, 1990, no. 80, illustrated.
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