107
107
Domenico Campagnola
A MALE NUDE, SEEN FROM BEHIND, HIS RIGHT ARM OUTSTRETCHED 
Estimate
14,00018,000
LOT SOLD. 17,500 USD
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107
Domenico Campagnola
A MALE NUDE, SEEN FROM BEHIND, HIS RIGHT ARM OUTSTRETCHED 
Estimate
14,00018,000
LOT SOLD. 17,500 USD
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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Domenico Campagnola
PADUA 1500 - 1564
A MALE NUDE, SEEN FROM BEHIND, HIS RIGHT ARM OUTSTRETCHED 
Pen and brown ink over traces of black chalk;
bears old attribution in pen and brown ink, lower right:  carlo sarazini and bears later inscription in black chalk, versoCampagnola
205 by 120 mm; 8 1/8  by 4¾ in
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Provenance

Heinrich Beckmann (L.2756a);
sale, London, Sotheby's, 22 June 1982, lot 268 (as Ascribed to Domenico Campagnola, sold together with a Study of the facade of the villa Aldobrandini, Frascati)

Catalogue Note

Domenico Campagnola, a pupil of Giulio Campagnola, trained in early 16th Century Venice under the influence of Titian and Giorgione.  An engraver as well as a draughtsman, his drawings share a strong compositional vocabulary with that of the print.

The present study, executed with Campagnola's distinct penmanship, is comparable to The jealous husband who kills his wife, a drawing in the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts, Paris.1  The handling of the figures, in the Paris study, with the use of cross hatching to develop form and the bolder strong ink lines to denote and highlight facial features, can be seen in our drawing.

1. Venice, Cini Foundation, Disegni di Tiziano e della sua Cerchia, Venice 1976, no. 68, reproduced fig. 68

Old Master Drawings including the Collection of Professor Egbert Haverkamp-Begemann

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