Liberation of a Possessed Woman as She is Passed by St. Titian's Body. Verso: The Body of Saint Titian Being Pulled by Angels Up the River Livenza
Pen and brown ink, brown wash, heightened with white gouache, over traces of black chalk, on blue laid paper; remnants of a framing line at left. Verso: pen and brown ink, brown wash, heightened with white gouache, over traces of black chalk.
8 3/8 x 10 1/2 inches (212 x 267 mm)
Gift of János Scholz.
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Inscribed by the artist at lower center in pen and brown ink: "o fortuna;" on verso at lower left in pen and brown ink: "Pordenone"; on fragment of old mount (in departmental files), in pen and brown ink: "Gioan Antonio da Pordenone".
Count Ludovico Moscardo (1611-1681), Verona (Lugt 1171b) (according to János Scholz's records); Marquis de Calceolari, Verona (according to János Scholz's records); János Scholz (1903-1993), New York (see Lugt Suppl. 2933b).