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The stigmatisation of St Francis. c.1530
Woodcut (made up with pen and ink)
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Height: 290 millimetres
Width: 431 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- See D. Rosand and M. Muraro, 'Titian and the Venetian Woodcut', 1976-1977, n.23.
The bottom left and right corners of this impression have been made up with pen and ink. For other impressions that have not been doctored see 1895,0122.1221 and 1852,0612.5.
- Not on display
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- Acquisition notes
- The 255 woodcuts came from a group of 500 that was offered by Colnaghi for £500 (see Carpenter's report dated 21 March 1860). According to the register these came from the collection of William Russell. Carpenter proposed making a selection of those that the BM lacked; this was first declined by Colnaghi's, but was later accepted (see his later report dated 11 April). The final selection of 255 prints cost 300 guineas. Nos.312 to 327 were Japanese colour prints - almost the earliest to enter the BM collection.
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