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David cutting off the head of Goliath. 1540
- Production date
Height: 352 millimetres
Width: 448 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- See 1856,0712.1040 for comment.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- The album V,8 was the eighth of the 24 albums of Italian prints that were formed by Thomas Philipe in 1808-10. It was the first of three albums (V,8 to 10) which contained prints of the Roman school post-Raphael. V,8 contained 210 prints, which begin with designs thought by Philipe to be by Giulio Romano and continues with a miscellany dominated by Polidoro da Caravaggio, Perino, Luca Penni, Barocci, and Taddeo Zuccaro. The provenance of the prints divides fairly equally between Sloane and Cracherode.
The album was taken apart in September 1872.
HS in pencil on the verso in Philipe's hand.
- Prints and Drawings
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