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Two goats at the foot of a tree.
Chiaroscuro woodcut printed from two blocks
- Production date
- 1560-1570 (circa)
Height: 498 millimetres
Width: 220 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- D.Rosand & M.Muraro, 'Titian and the Venetian Woodcut', Washington 1976, cat.25. The design has variously been attributed to Campagnola and Titian. Rosand and Muraro argue for Campagnola, and suggest that the cutter may have been Boldrini.
Naoko Takahatake, 'The chiaroscuro woodcut in Renaissance Italy', Los Angeles 2018, cat.88, thinks that this chiaroscuro woodcut was made by Boldrini in the late 1560s after a design by a Northern mannerist. There is also an impression from the line-block in the BM, for which see 1881,0709.80.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
2018 3 Jun-16 Sep, USA, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Chiaroscuro Woodcut in Renaissance Italy
2018-2019 14 Oct-16 Jan, USA, Washington, National Gallery of Art, Chiaroscuro Woodcut in Renaissance Italy
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