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Recto:Putto Holding Banner
Verso: Studies of a Male Figure Holding a Crucifix
Recto:Putto Holding Banner Verso: Studies of a Male Figure Holding a Crucifix
Date:
17th century
Location:
Not on display
Century:
Media:
R: Red Chalk On Laid Paper V: Black Chalk
Dimensions:
Sheet: 205 x 128 mm (8 1/16 x 5 1/16 in.)
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Object Type:
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Continent:
Europe
Provenance:

Provenance: Joseph Green Cogswell; Mortimer Leo Schiff; Moore S. Achenbach;
Cogswell no. 225, Hellman no.83 as “Studies” by Mannozzi, called Giovanni da San Giovanni (George S. Hellman, Original Drawings by the Old Masters: The Collection formed by Joseph Green Cogswell, 1786-1871, New York: privately published, 1915);
Suggested attributions from old file:
Walther Vitzhum( 1969, see correspondence in file): Poccetti;
Röttgen (H. Röttgen of Darmstadt) (Nov. 1971): Cherubino Alberti or perhaps Giovanni Alberti;
A.M. (Agnes Mongan) (July 1972): “Yes”;
Philip Pouncey (Nov. 1983): Not Giovanni da San Giovanni. Maybe Roncalli or Cherubino Alberti.

Accession Number:
1963.24.17r-v
Acquisition Date:
1963-04-09
Credit Line:

Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts

Exhibition History:

Santa Barbara Museum of Art: The Noble Past , 1976-1977, faculty-student project under direction of UCSB professor Alfred Moir.[ Notes not available 1993].

r: small nude boy seen from below, holding a drapery or banner
v: male figure, cross in raised right hand, staff in left, studies of another head and a leg