- Marco Ricci
- A landscape with washerwomen and a man bathing on a river near a thatched cottage
- Tempera on kidskin laid down on panel
by inheritance to his nephew William Beauchamp;
Sir Thomas Beauchamp-Proctor;
by descent to Sir Christopher Beauchamp, Bt., London,
by whom sold, London, Christie's, 26-27 November 1974, lot 119
The Windsor drawing was engraved by Bartolozzi when in the collection of Consul Smith.4
This and the following lot were part of a group of five tempere by Marco Ricci which came from the collection at Langley Park, Norfolk. Annalisa Scarpa Sonino has suggested a dating for them between the second and third decades of the 18th century.
See also the following lot.
1. Respectively inv. nos. 1857, 1114.29 and R.L. 01142; A. Blunt and E. Croft-Murray, Venetian Drawings of the XVII & XVIII Centuries...at Windsor Castle, London 1957, p. 35, no. 81, reproduced pl. 62
2. A. Scarpa Sonino, op. cit., reproduced p. 315, fig. 279
3. Ibid., reproduced p. 314, fig. 275
4. Ibid., reproduced p. 315, fig. 280