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  • Sabot, 1963
    Sheet metal, bolts, and paint, 146 x 132 x 77 cm
    Courtesy Calder Foundation, New York
    Long term loan to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice

Sabot, 1963
Lamiera, bulloni, vernice, 146 x 132 x 77 cm
Per gentile concessione della Calder Foundation, New York
Prestito a lungo termine alla Collezione Peggy Guggenheim, Venezia

  • Fruit and Liqueurs (Frutta e liquori), 1915
    Oil on canvas, 65 x 54 cm
    Gianni Mattioli Collection
    Long-term loan to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice

Frutta e liquori, 1915
Olio su tela, 65 x 54 cm
Collezione Gianni Mattioli
Deposito a lungo termine presso la Collezione Peggy Guggenheim, Venezia

  • Untitled, late 1960s
    Gouache on paper, mounted on canvas, 86.4 x 63.5 cm
    Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, Venice
    Gift, Isabella del Frate Eich 2001.13

Senza titolo, fine anni '60
Guazzo su carta montata su tela, 86,4 x 63,5 cm
Fondazione Solomon R. Guggenheim, Venezia
Donazione, Isabella del Frate Eich 2001.13

  • Pietro da Cortona
    Pietro Berrettini, detto
    (Cortona 1596 - Roma 1669)
    Visione di S. Francesco, 1641 ca.
    olio su tela
    cm. 227 x 151
    Inv. 40405

Pietro da Cortona
Pietro Berrettinicalled
(Cortona 1596 - Rome 1669)
Vision of St Francis, 1641 ca.
oil on canvas
cm. 227 x 151
cat. 40405


Commissioned 1489/1490 for the Cappella Capponi of San Niccolò, Santo Spirito, Florence; moved 1713 to the Villa Capponi a Legnaia, near Florence. The Hon. Mrs. Frederick West, Chirk Castle, Clwyd, Wales, by c. 1850; by inheritance to Frederick Richard West [d. 1872], Ruthin Castle, Clwyd, Wales; by inheritance to Colonel William Cornwallis-West [later Lord Lascelles], Newland Manor, Hampshire, by at least 1891. (Thomas Agnew & Sons, London); (Duveen Brothers, Inc., New York), by 1933; sold 1937 to the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, New York; gift 1939 to NGA.

The artist’s estate

To whom given by Duncan Grant

Private Collection, United States (acquired circa 1980)

Given in memory of Governor Alvan T. Fuller by The Fuller Foundation, Inc. > donazione

Gift of Mrs. Charles S. Carstairs in memory of her husband, Charles Stewart Carstairs

Alfred von Beckerath, purchased in 1902

Bequest, Hilde Thannhauser,1991 > lascito

Bequest of John T. Spaulding, 1948

1867, possibly Frédéric Bazille (b. 1841 - d. 1870), Paris. Until 1897, possibly Aimé Diot, Paris; March 8-9, 1897, About 1901, with Arthur Tooth and Sons; November 21, 1902, sold by Tooth to Durand-Ruel, Paris; August 12, 1912, sold by Durand-Ruel to Galerie Thannhauser, Munich; 1915, probably sold by Thannhauser to Oscar Schmitz (b. 1861 - d. 1933), Dresden; 1948, bequest of John Taylor Spaulding to the MFA. (Accession Date: June 3, 1948)


Up to the present the earliest known reference to the National Gallery cartoons is in Jean-Baptiste Pierre Lebrun's ‘Recueil de Gravures au Trait’, his illustrated sale catalogue of 1809 (note 21). They were acquired by him in 1807 or 1808, almost certainly in Italy. It remains surprising that no earlier reference to the cartoons has yet been found since the fact that they were mounted on canvas, apparently in the seventeenth century, means that they were intended to be displayed. The history of the Urbino cartoon, which appears to have a seventeenth-century canvas lining too, is, on the other hand, well-known: it belonged to Domenichino, then to his pupil Raspantino and it hung for some years as a prized possession in the studio of Carlo Maratti's house in Rome (note 22). The National Gallery cartoons were acquired by Sir Thomas Lawrence. They passed to Samuel Woodburn and were bought from him by Lord Francis Egerton (later Earl of Ellesmere) who presented them to the National Gallery in 1837.

oil on panel

oil on canvas

pencil on envelope

Gouache on paper, mounted on canvas

Gouache and crayon on paper


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