Virgin and Child, after Carlo Maratti, detail from a painting in S. Agostino, Siena, and below a Roman altar, one of 71 drawings made for the Abbé de St Non in 1761 on a journey from Naples to France; seated Virgin and playful Child with putti at either side, below an altar with rams heads at the top corners and crouched winged grotesques below. 1761 Black chalk
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