Charcoal and black chalk, with stumping (recto); black chalk (verso) on ivory laid paper
275 × 202 mm
Margaret Day Blake Endowment and Harold Joachim Memorial Endowment Fund
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Jennifer Tonkovich, “Two Studies for the Gesú and a ‘quarantore’ Design by Bernini,” Burlington Magazine (January 1998), pp. 34-37 (ill.).
Shelley Perlove and George S. Keyes (editors).
Seventeenth-Century European Drawings in Midwestern Collections (University of Notre Dame Press, 2014), pp. 22, 30 no. 4, 31 0(ill.), 32,
Linda Wolk-Simon, “Artistic Splendors of the Gesú”, University Fairfield Magazine (Winter 2018), p. 26-27 (ill.).
Paris, University of Notre Dame, The Snite Museum of Art, “Rome in the Age of Bernini,” November 15-29, 1998.
Fairfield, Connecticut, Fairfield University Art Museum, “The Holy Name; Treasurers from the Gesù, Bernini and his Age”, February 1 - May 20, 2018, cat. 45, pp. 510-511 (ill.), cat. by Linda Wolk-Simon, et. al.
Dr. Alfredo Viggiano (died 1948), Venice [Lugt 191a]. Sold, Christie’s, London, December 19, 1991, lot 139. Sold by Thomas Williams Fine Art Ltd., London, to the Art Institute, 1993.
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