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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.

Exhibition History
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.
Trevisani, Filippo and Davide Gasparotto, eds. Bonacolsi, l'Antico: uno scultore nella Mantova di Andrea Mantegna e di Isabella d'Este. Exh. cat. Palazzo Ducale, Mantua. Milan, 2008: 52 fig. 5, 53 n. 26, incorrectly citing accession number as 1993.51.3.b.