AFTER FRANCESCO SALVIATI | Allegory of Peace
Property of a Nobleman
AFTER FRANCESCO SALVIATI
Allegory of Peace
Black chalk, octagonal;
bears lettering in pen and brown ink, lower left: nn and bears number, lower right, on the album page: 6
231 by 186 mm (drawing)
632 by 480 mm (mount)
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Laid down. Light staining around the edges of the sheet. Most prominent at the left side, near her outstretched hand. There is also a light stain in the centre in her drapery. Black chalk remains strong and vibrant.
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Formerly in a portfolio inscribed 'S.2' with the bookplate of Edward, Earl of Powis (Edward Clive, 1st Earl of Powis of the third creation (1754-1839)),
thence by inheritance to his second son, Robert Henry Clive (1789-1854), of Oakly Park, Shropshire, M.P. for South Shropshire,
thence by descent to Robert Windsor-Clive (1824-1859) and his son Robert George, Baron Windsor (1859-1923), for whom the earldom of Plymouth was revived in 1905,
thence by descent,
sale, London, Christie's, Important Old Master Drawings including Property of The Earl of Plymouth, 1 July 1986, lot 111 (as Follower of Francesco Salviati)
The figure of Peace is from Francesco Salviati's fresco cycle, Scenes from the life of Furius Camillus in Palazzo Vecchio, Florence.