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Baccio della Porta, called Fra Bartolommeo

Head of a Young Woman, looking down to the left

Estimate:

400,000 - 600,000 USD

Baccio della Porta, called Fra Bartolommeo

Baccio della Porta, called Fra Bartolommeo

Head of a Young Woman, looking down to the left

Head of a Young Woman, looking down to the left

Estimate:

400,000 - 600,000 USD

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Baccio della Porta, called Fra Bartolommeo

Florence 1472 - 1517

Head of a Young Woman, looking down to the left



Black chalk and stumping heightened with white, on paper prepared light beige; further powdered white chalk rubbed on the face and neck

265 by 200 mm; 10½ by 7⅞ in.

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John Barnard (d.1784), London (L.1420, with his number, No: 1028. on the backing board);
William Mayor (d.1874), London (L.2799);
sale, Amsterdam, Frederik Muller, 5 July 1927, lot 150 (as Fra Bartolommeo), purchased by the grandfather of the present owner
Original Drawings and Sketches by the Old Masters of different Schools of Europe ...formed by the late William Mayor, London 1875, no. 33 (Baccio Della Porta (detto Fra Bartolommeo di San Marco) A Study of a head of a young Female)