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Ugo da Carpi (c. 1480 - 1532), printmaker
After Raphael(1483 - 1520), designer

Object name:print

David Cutting off the Head of Goliath

Series title:

chiaroscuro woodcut, c. 1520 - 1529

Published in 

261 x 383 mm Sheet

Reference:
Bartsch XII.26.8 (ii)

Inscriptions:
RAPHAEL. VRBINAS. / P. VGO. DACARPO. (lower centre)

Provenance:
Nicholas Lanier (very similar to L. 2888) (lower left)
Francis Douce (L. 689) (verso, on secondary support)
Bodleian Library

Bequeathed by Francis Douce, 1834.; WA1863.1690

Comment:
A print translating a Raphael design for the Logge Vaticane, Rome. For another impression see WA1863.1691.

Bartsch: Adam Von Bartsch, Le Peintre Graveur, 21 vols (Vienna: J. von Degen, 1803-1821)
L.: Frits Lugt, Les marques de collection de dessins and d'estampes [...], 2 vols (Amesterdam, Vereenigde Drukkerijen, 1921-1956)
L.: Frits Lugt, Les marques de collection de dessins and d'estampes [...], 2 vols (Amesterdam, Vereenigde Drukkerijen, 1921-1956)

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