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Image: Martha Leading Mary Magdalen to Christ

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Martha Leading Mary Magdalen to Christ

1520-1525
16th century
251 x 342 mm (9.9 x 13.5 in.)

Marcantonio Raimondi, Italian, (ca. 1470-1482–1527-1534)
After Giulio Romano, Italian, (probably 1499–1546)

Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Engraving on laid paper
State: Undetermined state, lacking inscription in tablet as described by Shoemaker
Print impression quality: good
Provenance / Collectors' Marks: R.P. Roupell (Lugt 2234); Revil (Lugt 2138, but inked signature not visible on verso); Morant (not in Lugt); Harding (but Lugt 1196 stamp not visible on verso); old label on verso from M.A. McDonald, New York, states “from the collections of Roupell, Morant, Revil and Harding”; in brown ink on verso: “G.I. Morant”; in pencil on verso: “Wellesley[?] Collection”; George W. Davison; gift of Davison to the donor’s father.
Bibliography: Bartsch 45; Shoemaker 56.
Credit Line: Gift of Eleanor Nadler Schwartz in memory of her father, Marcus Nadler (LLD Wesleyan 1961), 1996
Accession Number: 1996.15.2

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  • plate Dimensions: 251 x 342 mm (9.9 x 13.5 in.)

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