This spontaneous scene is instead drawn solely in pen and ink, in a controlled but fluid style that can be compared to other drawings by the artist. James Mundy points out the similarities with a drawing at Chatsworth, Allegory of the Arts, which is similarly executed with parallel, if slightly dryer, strokes in pen and ink.1
1. Chatsworth, inv. no. 205; see M. Jaffé, The Devonshire Collection of Italian Drawings, Roman and Neapolitan Schools, London 1994, p. 239, no. 385, reproduced
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