Attributed to Bernardino Lanino

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Attributed to Bernardino Lanino
ca. 1512-1583
Conversion of St. Paul
ca. 1550
Black chalk, gray wash, with white opaque watercolor, on blue paper; framed as a lunette in black chalk.
10 3/4 x 14 3/8 inches (274 x 365 mm)
Gift of Janos Scholz.
Giovanni Piancastelli, Rome (1845-1926; no mark; see Lugt S. 2078a); Edward and Mary Brandegee, Boston (1904-1944; no mark; see Lugt S. 1860c); Hans M. Calmann, London; from whom purchased in New York in 1950 by Janos Scholz, New York (no mark; see Lugt S. 2933b).

Stampfle, Felice, and Jacob Bean. Drawings from New York collections. I: The Italian Renaissance. New York : Metropolitan Museum of Art : Pierpont Morgan Library, 1965, no. 43, repr.
Italian Drawings from the Collection of János Scholz. London : Art Council Gallery, 1968, no. 22 (includes previous bibliography and exhibitions)
Oberhuber, Konrad, and Dean Walker. Sixteenth Century Italian Drawings From the Collection of János Scholz. Washington, D.C. : National Gallery of Art ; New York : Pierpont Morgan Library, 1973, p. 82-84, no. 70, repr.
Scholz, János. Italian Master Drawings, 1350-1800, from the János Scholz Collection. New York : Dover, 1976, no. 43, repr.
Ryskamp, Charles, ed. Twentieth Report to the Fellows of the Pierpont Morgan Library, 1981-1983. New York : Pierpont Morgan Library, 1984, p. 256.


Also attributed to Gaudenzio Ferrari.

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Ferrari, Gaudenzio, approximately 1470-1546, Attributed to.
Piancastelli, Giovanni, 1845-1926, former owner.
Brandegee, Edward, former owner.
Brandegee, Mary, former owner.
Calmann, Hans M., former owner.
Scholz, János, former owner.

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