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Lucretia, after Parmigianino; semi-nude, standing with dagger raised in her right hand, turned towards her
Pen and brown ink, with brown wash, over black chalk
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Height: 107 millimetres
Width: 55 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- See Popham 1967, nos. 173 - 216.
An attribution to Lucas Vorsterman is plausible.
Original unknown. According to Vasari (v, p. 233) Parmigianino's last work was a painting of this subject. A sheet of studies for a standing Lucretia is at Budapest 1883; Freedberg, fig. 118). See Freedberg, pp. 238 f.
See also Pp,2.138.
- Not on display
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- Acquisition notes
- The source of drawings Popham 1967, nos. 173 to 216 was probably a small volume bought by Knight in the sale of Lord Spencer's Colln (Philipe, 18.vi.1811/880) coming from the Colbert's library.
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