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St John the Baptist; whole-length, standing to front, looking to right, a long cross and lamb beside him at l
Pen and brown ink, heightened with white (partly discoloured), over black chalk, on blue paper, squared for transfer
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Height: 189 millimetres
Width: 106 millimetres (six-sided)
- Curator's comments
- The drawing was attributed to Camillo Procaccini by Philip Pouncey but it is, as Nancy Ward Nelson first suggested, closer to Aurelio Luini.
N. Ward Neilson, 'Camillo Procaccini, Prints & Drawings', New York and London, 1979, pp. 195-196 (rejected as Procaccini, possibly by Aurelio Luini).
- Not on display
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- Acquisition notes
- One of ninety drawings from the Cavendish album; see 1952,0121.75 for a full account of provenance.
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