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Circe and the companions of Ulysses, after Parmigianino; Circe offering a bowl to men in a boat at l, a sea monster to right and another boat behind
Pen and brown ink, with brown wash, heightened with white (partly oxidised), over black chalk, on light brown prepared paper
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Height: 163 millimetres
Width: 157 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- The drawing corresponds very closely with an undescribed engraving in the same direction, attributed to the school of Bonasone (Copertini, ii, pl.xcvii).
The drawing corresponds very closely with an undescribed engraving in the same direction, attributed to the school of Bonasone (Copertini, ii, pl. xcvii), in which the composition is enclosed in an oval. The main difference from the chiaroscuro woodcut (B. xii, p. 110, 6) is in the head of the dragon.
- Not on display
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- Acquisition notes
- For a note on the acquisition history, see 1905,1110.11.
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