London, South Kensington
11 December 2009
Circle of Jacopo Zanguidi, il Bertoja (Parma 1544-1574)
Study of two nude figures and three grotesque heads
with inscription 'Parmigiano'
pen and brown ink, brown wash
5 1/8 x 7 7/8 in. (13 x 20 cm.)
Sir Joshua Reynolds (L. 2364).
A.M. Champernowne (L. 153).
with R.E.A. Wilson, London, Catalogue of Drawings by Old and Modern Artists from the Stock of R.E.A. Wilson, 1931, p. 47, no. 101, as 'Parmigianino', illustrated p. 36.
B. Reade; and by descent to the present owner.
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