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Madonna and Child with Two Saints

Cornelis Bloemaert (Dutch, 1603–1684), After Federico Barocci (Italian, about 1535–1612)


Catalogue Raisonné

Le Blanc 6

Dimensions

Sheet: 37.3 x 28 cm (14 11/16 x 11 in.)

Accession Number

P7418

Medium or Technique

Engraving

Not On View

Collections

Europe, Prints and Drawings

Classifications

Prints

Inscription

In plate:
Rocche, peregrino ceu semper pingeris ore, Sic per te semper pestis eat peregre.
Dextra favet Pueri Genitrice iuvante: saluti/ Si satis alterutra utraq quid faciet?
Mille tuum corpus petierunt tela, Sebastes/ Una a te ingulat missa Sagitta luem/
Federicus Barotijus Urbinas inventor Cornelius Bloemaert Ultrajectinus sculpsit Romae Superiorum licentia Cum privil S.C.M. et Regis Christ.

In graphite, verso, c: 92
In graphite, verso, l.l.: 16433
In grahpite, verso, l.l.: Baroccio
In grahpite, verso, b.c.: The Virgin and Child with / St. Roch and St. Sebastian
In graphite, verso, l.r.: [crossed out] Jeffers [?] / April 50
In graphite, verso, l.r.: Exc[?]/C Bloemart

Signed

signed

Markings

Watermark present
Verso, l.r.: Lugt 1309 (Henry F. Sewall, about 1895, New York)
Verso, l.r.: Lugt 1870 (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Harvey D. Parker Collection) and in black ink: 7418

Credit Line

Harvey D. Parker Collection—Harvey Drury Parker Fund