Roman Baroque drawings c.1620 to c.1700, Volume 1
The British Museum houses a wealth of Roman Baroque drawings by many of the masters - Bernini, Pietro da Cortona, Domenichino, Lanfranco and Maratti. The works of these, as well as many minor artists, are catalogue and illustrated in this two volume set. The collection is particularly strong in finished compositional studies and figure drawings.
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Drawings by artists working in Rome in the sixteenth century supplement to Pouncey and Gere 1962 and Gere and Pouncey 1983
Copies and drawings of only slight interest
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album Algardi altarpiece Andrea Sacchi angel Anonymous Roman appears artist Bernini black chalk Blunt and Cooke British Museum drawing brown ink brown wash Carlo Maratti cat.no ceiling Christie's Ciro Ferri collection composition copy Cracherode decoration Diisseldorf Domenichino drawn engraving figure Florence Francesco fresco Gabburri Giuseppe Passeri Graf grey wash Grimaldi hand Harris and Schaar heightened with white ink and brown ink over black Inscribed in brown Inscribed in pencil inscription inv.no Landscape Lanfranco Literature London lower centre lower left Maria Merz Mola Numbered in brown old mount painted painter Palazzo Palazzo Pamphilj Passeri Pen and brown Philadelphia and Cambridge Phillipps-Fenwick Pier Francesco Mola Pietro da Cortona Popham portrait present drawing presented anonymously Prints and Drawings Provenance putti putto recto red chalk Rome seated sheet Sotheby's style Testa Turner upper centre upper right verso Virgin Vitzthum wash over black Windsor Castle Woodburn sale