recto, numerical notations overall; lower right verso in red chalk: disegno fate a Roma; lower center verso in red chalk: D-1-; lower right verso in brown ink: Perino 2 8; other numerical notations overall on verso
Unidentified collection (armorial blindstamp similar in format to Lugt 2736a, but with different field); Sir Peter Lely [1618-1680] (Lugt 2092), London; presumably William Cavendish, 2nd Duke of Devonshire [1672-1729] (Lugt 718); by descent, Chatsworth (inv. no. 657) (sale, London, Christie's 6 July 1987, lot 10); (P. & D. Colnaghi, London, 1987); purchased by Ian Woodner, New York; by inheritance to his daughters, Andrea and Dian Woodner, New York, 1990; gift to NGA, 1993.
- Old Master Drawings from Chatsworth, a Loan Exhibition from the Devonshire Collection, National Gallery of Art, Washington and tour, 1969-1970, no. 56 (recto only).
- Old Master Drawings from Chatsworth: a Loan Exhibition from the Devonshire Collection, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 1973-1974, no. 56.
- Old Master Drawings from Chatsworth, a Loan Exhibition from the Devonshire Collection , National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, 1975, no. 18.
- Old Master Drawings, a Loan from the Collection of the Duke of Devonshire, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 1977, no. 25 (recto only).
- Raphael in America, National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1983, no. 127.
- Raphael Architteto, Museo Capitolini, Rome, 1984, no. 3.2.10, p. 408.
- Master Drawings: The Woodner Collection, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 1987, (hors de catalogue).
- Master Drawings from the Woodner Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1990, no. 16 (recto and verso).
- Nine Old Master Drawings: Recent Gifts from the Woodner Collection, National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1993 (checklist only).
- The Touch of the Artist: Master Drawings from the Woodner Collections, National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1995-1996, no. 33, as A Marble Horse on the Quirinal Hill.
- Master Drawings from the Woodner Collections, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 2006 - 2007.
- From Raphael to the Carracci: The Art of Papal Rome. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 2009, 116-117, 447, no. 16 (entry by David Franklin) (color).
- Buddensieg, T. "Criticism of Ancient Architecture in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries." Classical Influences on European Culture, A.D. 1500 - 1700. Ed. R. R. Bolgar. London, 1976: 347, fig. 11b.
- Nesselrath, Arnold. "Antico and Monte Cavallo." The Burlington Magazine.(June 1982): 353-356, fig. 37 (recto only).
- Gere, J.A. and Nicholas Turner. Drawings by Raphael. London, 1983: no. 127 (recto only).
- Joannides, Paul. The Drawings of Raphael. Los Angeles, 1983: no. 398 (recto only).
- Jones, Roger and Nicholas Penny. Raphael. New Haven and London, 1983: 203-205, fig. 219 (recto only).
- Knab, Eckhart, Erwin Mitsch and Konrad Oberhuber. Raphael, Die Zeichnungen. London, 1983: fig. 531 (recto only).
- Bober, Phyllis Pray and Ruth Rubinstein. Renaissance Artists and Antique Sculpture, A Handbook of Sources. London, 1986: 125, 160, fig. 125a (recto only).
- Nesselrath, Arnold. "I libri di disegni di antichita. Tentativo di una tipologia." In Salvatore Settis, ed. Memoria dell'antico nell'arte italiana. 3 vols. Turin, 1986: 3:115-116, fig. 74.
- Gere, J.A. Drawings by Raphael and His Circle From British and North American Collections. Exh. cat. Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, 1987, no. 20 (not exhibited).
- Melikian, Souren. "A Master Collector, Ian Woodner: An Eye for the Future." Art & Auction. (November 1987): 80, repro. p. 80.
- Jaffé, Michael. The Devonshire Collection of Italian Drawings. 4 Vols. London, 1994: II: Roman and Neopolitan Schools, no. 315.