Very close in handling to a pen drawing of the Adoration of the Magi, in a private collection, which is a study for a picture dated 1549 in the Pinacoteca Nazionale in Ferrara (A.M. Fioravanti Baraldi, op. cit., nos. 19 [drawing] and 189 [painting]). Also close in morphology, with egg-shaped heads delineated by a sequence of lines and features defined with dots, are drawings in the British Museum (A.M. Fioravanti Baraldi, op. cit., no. 18) and in the Janos Scholz Collection at the Pierpont Morgan Library in New York (P. Pouncey, 'Drawings by Garofalo', The Burlington Magazine, XCVII, 1955, pp. 196-202, fig. 15).