London, South Kensington
25 April 2007
Prague School, mid 16th Century
Christ and his disciples on the Sea of Galilee
signed (?) and dated '15 GF 51.'
black chalk, pen and grey ink, grey wash, heightened with white, on an 18th Century English mount with attribution 'Girolamo Ficini [Figino]'
4½ x 5¼ in. (114 x 135 mm.)
J. MacGouan (L. 1496).
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