22 January 2004
Lazzaro Baldi (Pistoia 1622-1703 Rome)
Design for a monument with two putti around an urn
black chalk, pen and brown ink, brown wash heightened with white on blue paper, the upper corners cut
10 x 6 7/8 in. (255 x 172 mm.)
J. Richardson, Sen. (L. 2183), his mount with attribution 'Pietro da Cortona.' and shelfmarks 'P.99. Zl.9. Zn.5. Jr.'.
A. Pond (L. 2038), with his inscription 'True'.
C. Rogers (L. 624); T. Philipe, 1 April 1799, lot 65 (according to an inscription 'the 14th night Lot 65').
Charles F. Ramus, 1937, his marks (not in Lugt).
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Dr Ursula Fischer Pace and Dr Dieter Graf both confirmed the attribution to Lazzaro Baldi.
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