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lower center: Parmigianino; lower left stamped: F.H. N.o 55 (Flury-Hérard mark and inv. no.)


Jules Dupan (Lugt 1440)(his sale, Bonnefans de la Vialle, Paris, 26-28 March 1840, no. 455 (as Tintoretto); M. de Bourguignon de Fabregoules, Aix en Provence; given by him to M. Charles-Joseph-Barthélemi Giraud (1802-1880), Aix en Provence and Paris; ceded by him to the banker Flury-Hérard, Paris, in payment for debts outstanding (Lugt 1015; inv. no. 55). Private collection (sale, Christie's, London, 28 June 1966, no. 32; purchased by Claas); (Lucien Goldschmidt, New York); NGA purchase in 1971.

Exhibition History
NGA RA 1974, p. 201.
Correggio and His Legacy, Sixteenth-Century Emilian Drawings, National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1984, no. 71 (Diane De Grazia).
Correggio e il suo lascito, disegni del cinquecento emiliano, Parma, Palazzo della Pilotta, 1984, no. 71 (Italian version of the Washington exhibition).
De Grazia, Diane. Bertoia, Mirola and the Farnese Court. Bologna, 1991: no. D91, figs. 54 (recto), 55 (verso).
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