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Dr. Stefan von Licht, Vienna (Lugt Supp.789b)(sale, Hugo Helbing, Frankfurt-am-Main, 7 December 1927, no. 90); Prof. Otto Benesch, Vienna; Private Collection, Stockholm; Edmund Pillsbury; NGA purchase in 1983.

Exhibition History

The Graphic Art of Federico Barocci, Selected Drawings and Prints. The Cleveland Museum of Art and Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, 1978, no. 18
Correggio and His Legacy, Sixteenth-Century Emilian Drawings, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, and Palazzo della Pilotta, Parma (catalogue in Italian), 1984, no. 96, repro.
Italian Renaissance Drawings, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 1988, no cat.
Federico Barocci: Renaissance Master of Color and Line, Saint Louis Art Museum, 2012-2013, cat. 2.3, repro.
Barocci: Brilliance and Grace, National Gallery of Art, London, 2013, cat. 2.3, repro.


Olsen, Harald. Federico Barocci, A Critical Study in Italian Cinquecento Painting. Stockholm, 1955: 117, under no. 14.
Olsen, Harald. Federico Barocci. Copenhagen, 1962: 148-149, pl. 19b (recto), under no. 14.
J.B. [Jacob Bean]. Review of The Graphic Art of Federico Barocci exhibition, in Master Drawings 16,no. 4, Winter, 1978: 452.
McCullagh, Suzanne Folds. "Serendipity in a Solander Box: A Recently Discovered Pastel and Chalk Drawing by Federico Barocci," The Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 17, no. 1, 1991, 64-65, fig. 16 (recto).
McCullagh, Suzanne Folds. "Early Portraits, Portrayals, and Pastels in the Art of Federico Barocci," in Festschrift für Konrad Oberhuber, Achim Gnann and Heinz Widauer, eds., Milan, 2000: 169, 171, fig. 7 (verso).

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