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Vincenzo Tamagni, called Vincenzo da San Gemignano
A YOUNG BOY KNEELING IN FRONT OF TWO BISHOPS, SEVERAL NOBLEMEN AND CLERICS, A BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION BEHIND
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Vincenzo Tamagni, called Vincenzo da San Gemignano
A YOUNG BOY KNEELING IN FRONT OF TWO BISHOPS, SEVERAL NOBLEMEN AND CLERICS, A BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION BEHIND
Estimate
7,0009,000
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Details & Cataloguing

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

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Vincenzo Tamagni, called Vincenzo da San Gemignano
SAN GEMIGNANO 1492 - CIRCA 1530
A YOUNG BOY KNEELING IN FRONT OF TWO BISHOPS, SEVERAL NOBLEMEN AND CLERICS, A BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION BEHIND
Pen and brown ink and wash over traces of black chalk
198 by 304 mm; 7 13/16  by 12 in
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Provenance

Flury-Hérard (L.1015, his inventory number on the backing sheet: 136)

Catalogue Note

Vincenzo Tamagni began his career as an assistant of Sodoma with whom he worked in the monastery of Monte Oliveto Maggiore, near Siena, before moving to Rome in around 1512, when he entered Raphael's workshop.  His graphic oeuvre consists mainly of pen and ink composition drawings characterized by repeated long horizontal hatching, with a clear definition of the chiaroscuro, as we can also see in the present sheet, where the areas of contrasting light and shadow are also emphasized by the abundant application of brown wash, which unifies the composition.

For an account of the artist's known drawings, see: L. Wolk-Simon, in Sixteenth-Century Italian drawings in New York Collections, exhib. cat., New York, The Metropolitan Museum, 1994, p. 109, note 4.

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

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New York