By George Goldner
Inside a little while the dept of Drawings has obtained striking holdings of eu works on paper. This quantity, the 1st in a sequence meant to maintain students apprised of acquisitions, comprises 149 entries on Italian, French, Flemish, Dutch, and different works ranging in date from the Renaissance in the course of the 19th century. Artists represented contain Rembrandt, Cezanne, Blake, Goya, Dürer, Savery, Rubens, Millet, Veronese, Caravaggio, Raphael, and various others. All drawings are illustrated at full-page size.
(В первой книге серии представлены рисунки итальянской, французской, фламандской, голландской и других школ европейской живописи. Художники - Рембрандт, Сезанн, Блейк, Гойя, Дюрер, Рубенс, Милле, Веронезе, Караваджо, Рафаэль и многие другие.)
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Malafarina, L'opera completa di Annibale Carracci (Milan, 1976), no. IO4RI (Museum's drawing is incorrectly cited as belonging to the Metropolitan Museum of Art); J. th Century Italian Drawings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, 1979), p. 73;M. Cazort CARRACCI • ITALIAN SCHOOL 37 recto ANNIBALE CARRACCI (Italian, 1560-1609). A Triton Sounding a Conch Shell Black chalk on blue paper. ). 15. Photo courtesy Metropolitan Museum of Art. 376 (SEE PLATE 5) MARKS AND INSCRIPTIONS: (Recto) at bottom right corner, collection marks of marquis de Lagoy (L.
Holland). BIBLIOGRAPHY: Catalogue of the Ellesmere Collection of Drawings at Bridgewater House (London, 1898), no. 71; P. A. Tomory, The Ellesmere Collection of Old Master Drawings (Leicester, 1954), p. 24, no. 56; D. Posner, Annibale-Carracci (London, 1971), vol. i, pp. 21, 64; 156, no. 54; 164, no. 84. 34 ITALIAN SCHOOL • CARRACCI THE RECTO OF THIS DRAWING FIRST CONSISTED OF A tracing by Annibale of the figure of Saint John the Evangelist, copied from Correggio's fresco in the cathedral of Parma.
12; H. von der Gabelentz, Fra Bartolommeo und dieflorentiner Renaissance (Leipzig, 1922), vols. i, pp. 159-161; 2, pp. 133-134, no. 310. ' IN 1510 FRA BARTOLOMMEO WAS COMMISSIONED TO paint an altarpiece with the Madonna and Child and saints for the Sala del Gran Consiglio of the Palazzo Vecchio, Florence; the altarpiece was to be placed between the frescoes showing the battle of Anghiari and the battle of Cascina by Leonardo and Michelangelo. The altarpiece was left unfinished, though Fra Bartolommeo was still working on it in 1515.