Study of a Male Nude

Jacopo (Robusti) Comin, called Il Tintoretto

(1519 - Venice - 1594)
Black chalk, with touches of white chalk, on light blue paper faded to light brown 40.3 x 21.5 cm (15.9 x 8.5 in.)
Probably by descent in the Tintoretto studio to his son-in-law, Sebastian Casser, until circa 1648; Otto Wertheimer, Paris; Purchased from him in 1948 by a private collector; Thence by descent to a private collection, Switzerland; Stephen Ongpin Fine Art, London, in 2007; Private collection, where?
Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, 'Splendor and Elegance: European Decorative Arts and Drawings from the Horace Wood Brock Collection', 2009, no. 117


Stephen Ongpin Fine Art

"Old Master, 19th Century and Modern Drawings"

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