John Marciari, Drawing in Tintoretto's Venice, New York, 2018, no. 63, fig. 139, repr.
Ryskamp, Charles, ed. Twentieth Report to the Fellows of the Pierpont Morgan Library, 1981-1983. New York : Pierpont Morgan Library, 1984, p. 284-285.
Muraro, Michelangelo. Venetian Drawings from the Collection János Scholz. Venice : N. Pozza, 1957, no. 34, repr. (both sides).
The Life of the Virgin Mary : Drawings from the János Scholz Collection. Notre Dame : Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame, 1967, no. 35.
100 Master drawings from the Morgan Library & Museum. München : Hirmer, 2008, no. 35, repr. [Kurt Zeitler]
Attributed to El Greco by Nicolas Turner, "A Proposal for El Greco as a Draftsman," Master Drawings 45, no 3 (Autumn 2007), figs. 13 and 19.
Formerly attributed to Jacopo Palma, called il Giovane. Venice ca. 1548-1628 Venice.
The pathos of this drawing's subject is matched by the intense reworking of the figures, which have been aptly described as nearly "cocooned" in the drawing media. The composition seems to derive from Schiavone's paintings of the subject--an unsurprising model for an artist in Tintoretto's circle--and also evokes the emotional intensity of Tintoretto's Christ Mocked. In this and other examples, the repeatedly redrawn contours of the figures reveal an artist slightly uncomfortable in the rendering of anatomy, but it is clear that spiritual drama, rather than academic correctness, was the primary concern of the draftsman. -- Exhibition Label, from "Drawing in Tintoretto's Venice"
Palma, il Giovane, 1544-1628, Formerly attributed to.
Goldstein, Max A. (Max Aaron), 1870-1941, former owner.
Scholz, János, former owner.