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Artist
Title
Pietà
Description
Italiano: Pietà per Vittoria Colonna
English: Pietà for Vittoria Colonna
Date circa 1546
date QS:P,+1546-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
Medium black chalk on paper (Fabriano, identified from watermark, batch manufactured in 1532, with earliest examples dated 1538, in Vienna)
Dimensions Height: 28.9 cm (11.3 in); Width: 18.9 cm (7.4 in)
dimensions QS:P2048,28.9U174728;P2049,18.9U174728
Accession number
1.2.o.16
place of creation Rome
Object history Brunet Collection, Paris; Woodburne Exhibition Catalogue, July 1836, no. 64; Lawrence and Brook Collections, acquired by Francis Turner Palgrave. Palgrave Sale, Christie's, 4 June 1886; acquired by Sir Jon Charles Robinson (1824-1913). Robinson Sale, London, 13 May 1902, no. 206, bought by Messrs. Agnew & Sons for Isabella Stewart Gardner
Inscriptions watermark: a ladder in a circle with star (Briquet 5924)
References

De Tolnay, Charles (1953). "Michelangelo's Pieta Composition for Vittoria Colonna". Record of the Art Museum, Princeton University 12 (2): 44–62. doi:10.2307/3774312

Dillon, Anne. 2012. Michelangelo and the English martyrs. Farnham, Surrey, England: Ashgate. pp. 159-161.
Source/Photographer Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (image file)
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