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Head of a horse lsc_2366_b001_001 circa 1510

Creator: Melzi, Francesco, 1491 or 1493-approximately 1570
Physical Description: Italian drawing. After the Antique. Red chalk.
Physical Description: Height left 12.8 cm; height right 12 cm. Width top: 12 cm; bottom: 12.8 cm.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Acquired at Hauswedell, Hamburg 1956 as "Milanese drawing."

Scope and Contents

Watermark: Possibly drawn after the Roman Horse in Naples. Attributed to Melzi in 1967 by Carlo Pedretti.

Bibliography

Barbara Bacall, A catalogue of the drawings of Leonardo da Vinci and his school in the United States of America, M.A. thesis, UCLA, 1968; Carlo Pedretti, Leonardo da Vinci: studies for a Nativity and the 'Mona Lisa Cartoon' with drawings after Leonardo from the Elmer Belt Library of Vinciana: exhibition in honour of the Elmer Belt, M.D. on the occasion of his eightieth birthday (Los Angeles: UCLA, 1973) (UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Publication Number 6), pp. 39f.
 

Grotesque heads lsc_2366_b001_002 circa 1510

Creator: Melzi, Francesco, 1491 or 1493-approximately 1570
Physical Description: Italian drawings. After da Vinci. Pen and brown ink over very light lead point.
Physical Description: Top: 5.6 x 10.5 cm; bottom: 4.6 x 10.3 cm.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fowles, 1969.

Custodial History

Leonardo's originals were in the collection of the Duke of Devonshire at Chatsworth; original Leonardo of lower left figure purchased by Getty Museum in 1984. Formerly a part of a set of twelve in the collection of the Earl of Pembroke at Wilton House.

Scope and Contents

Two fragments in one mount. Each fragment contains two grotesque heads facing each other in profile. Counterimage of upper right figure in Conte de Caylus (q.v.) No. 25.

Bibliography

F[rances] F[inger] in UCLA Librarian 22(2)(February 1969):7-9; S.A. Strong, Reproductions in facsimile of the drawings by the Old Masters in the collection of the Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery at Wilton House...(London, 1900), Part II, no. 15; Pedretti (op.cit.in I.1) p. 40.
 

Female figure lsc_2366_b001_003 16th century

Creator: Parmigianino, 1503-1540
Physical Description: Italian drawing. Brown pen and ink on brown paper, heightened with white.
Physical Description: 28 x 15 cm.
 

Last Supper lsc_2366_b001_004 circa 1562

Creator: Figino, Girolamo
Physical Description: Italian drawing. After da Vinci. Crayon and red chalk.
Physical Description: 13 x 19.5 cm.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Federn Collection.

Scope and Contents

Left below the ink: 104. Right below: collector's mark. Verso: Stamp of V.F. der Collection Federn (Lugt 923) and in fine ink script: Nov.6-046-la. Below the Federn stamp a pale red stamp: V.M. Left along upper half of page: Leonardo da Vinci. In the middle of the fold: 277'. The verso shows that the leaf was once folded. Upper: Study after Dioscurides of the Quirinal. Lower: Studies of baroque baldacchino columns. Attribution: Carlo Pedretti.

Bibliography

Bacall (op.cit. in I.1).
 

Four grotesque figures lsc_2366_b001_005 17th century

Creator: Ghezzi, Giuseppe, 1634-1721
Physical Description: Italian drawing. Sepia. Watermark, Left: 1431 Right: Belt no. 55-307.
Physical Description: 12 x 19.5 cm.
Language of Material: Materials are in Italian.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Acquired in 1955.

Scope and Contents

Verso: handwritten address: "All'ill R Y...al sig Cardinale d'Este Modena" Stripe of paper attached to lower margin with signature: "Ghezzi."
 

Cain and Abel lsc_2366_b001_006 17th century

Creator: Poussin, Nicolas, 1594-1665
Physical Description: French drawing. Pen and bistre.
Physical Description: 6.5 x 8.5 cm.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Acquired in 1952.

Scope and Contents

On one page with five drawings. Drawing one of five.
 

Aurora and Cupid lsc_2366_b001_007 17th century

Creator: Poussin, Nicolas, 1594-1665
Physical Description: French drawing. Pen and bistre.
Physical Description: 8.3 x 14.2 cm.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Acquired in 1952.

Scope and Contents

On one page with five drawings. Drawing two of five.
 

Offer lsc_2366_b001_008 17th century

Creator: Poussin, Nicolas, 1594-1665
Physical Description: French drawing. Pen and bistre.
Physical Description: 8.2 x 13.8 cm.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Acquired in 1952.

Scope and Contents

On one page with five drawings. Drawing three of five.
 

Dance composition lsc_2366_b001_009 17th century

Creator: Poussin, Nicolas, 1594-1665
Physical Description: French drawing. Pen and bistre.
Physical Description: 8.8 x 13 cm.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Acquired in 1952.

Scope and Contents

On one page with five drawings. Drawing four of five.
 

Rural scene lsc_2366_b001_010 17th century

Creator: Poussin, Nicolas, 1594-1665
Physical Description: French drawing. Pencil and gray wash.
Physical Description: 7 x 13 cm.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Acquired in 1952.

Scope and Contents

On one page with five drawings. Drawing five of five.
 

Portrait of Leonardo da Vinci lsc_2366_b001_011 18th-19th century

Physical Description: French drawing. After portrait in the editio princeps (1651) of the Trattato della pittura.
Physical Description: 13 x 10.2 cm.

Custodial History

Collection Seeborger; Eric Bifferd; Jules Dapan sale Paris 1840; gift of Robert Schadt, curator, Huntington Library.
 

Adoration of the Magi lsc_2366_b001_012 1869

Creator: Degas, Edgar, 1834-1917
Physical Description: Pencil on slightly yellowed paper.
Physical Description: 21 x 2 x 21.7 cm.

Custodial History

Atelier Degas, 4 et derniere vente, Paris, Galeries George Petit, July 2-4, 1919, no.85b (repr.); acquired by B. Degenhart in Munich, 1949 or 1951, for the Belt Library.

Scope and Contents

Inscribed in upper right-hand corner in pencil: "Florence 1869. Leonardo da Vinci." In lower left-hand corner is the red stamp Degas of the Durand Duel inventory after Degas' death. J. Rewald dates 1860, but Degas was in Italy in 1869.

Bibliography

K.T. Steinitz, in Raccolta Vinciana XX(1964):387-390, fig. 1; Pedretti (op. cit. in I.1), pp. 43ff.
 

Self-portrait in oval lsc_2366_b005_001 18th-19th century

Creator: Morghen, Raffaello, 1761-1833
Physical Description: Italian engraving.
Physical Description: 32 x 23 cm.
 

Man with goitre and pointed nightcap lsc_2366_b005_002 17th century

Creator: Ribera, Jusepe de, 1591-1652
Physical Description: Spanish engraving.
Physical Description: 21.9 x 14.5 cm.

Scope and Contents

Monogram at left corner: "JR". Cut sharply at frameline.

Bibliography

Bartsch XX pp. 82f. No. 99
 

Profile of man with bandaged head or turban lsc_2366_b005_003 17th century

Creator: Ribera, Jusepe de, 1591-1652
Physical Description: Spanish engraving.
Physical Description: 14.5 x 11.5 cm.

Scope and Contents

Monogram at right corner: "SP 1022". Cut at frameline.

Bibliography

Bartsch XX p. 82 No.8.
 

Woman examining an armillary sphere lsc_2366_b005_004 16th century

Creator: Master FP
Physical Description: German(?) drypoint etching. After Parmigianino.
Physical Description: 10.5 x 8 cm, matted on 23 x 17.6 cm
Language of Material: Materials are in German.

Custodial History

Inscribed NEDIMEON [sic: Endimion]. Signed on plate F.P. On verso penciled reference: Mazzuoli 1320 (F.P.) B.20 [=Bartsch XX]. F.P. refers to the signature on the plate. Aus dem Kupferstich-Kabinett des Fuersten Waldburg Wolfegg (according to stamp and penciled note on verso of the print). Sale of duplicates 1902/1903.

Bibliography

Bartsch XVI p. 25 No. 2; cf. pp. 4f. on FP.
 

Annunciation lsc_2366_b005_005 16th century

Creator: Parmigianino, 1503-1540
Physical Description: Italian drypoint etching.
Physical Description: 11.5 x 7 cm.
Language of Material: Materials are in German.

Scope and Contents

Mounted on blue. Signed on plate, the letters appearing reversed on the print. On verso: Stamp. Fuerstl. Waldburg Wolffeggsches Kupferstichkabinett (Lugt, Supplement No. 2542, p. 476). Below: B2 gegenseitig 117. Above in pencil: 161-321.

Bibliography

Bartsch XVI pp. 6f. No. 2.
 

La morte de Leonard de Vinci lsc_2366_b005_006 19th century

Creator: Bonington, Richard Parkes, 1801-1828
Physical Description: English engraving.
Physical Description: Impression: 16 x 20 cm on 22 x 27.5 cm.
Language of Material: Materials are in French and English.

Scope and Contents

Left: R.P. Bonington del. Right: F. Courbion sc. Below: La mort de Leonaro de Vinci. Printed by Lemercier and Cie., Paris, in the series: L'artiste. Lower right corner in pencil: Richard Park Bonington, engl. geb. 1801.
 

Adam lsc_2366_b005_007 1529

Creator: Beham, Hans Sebald, 1500-1550
Physical Description: German woodcut.
Physical Description: 12 x 11.8 cm and 4.8 x 12.2 cm.

Scope and Contents

Mainz, 1529.

Bibliography

Bartsch VII p. 114 (gives 1519 and: "On a deux epreuves differentes de ces deux morceaux").
 

Eve lsc_2366_b005_008 1529

Creator: Beham, Hans Sebald, 1500-1550
Physical Description: German woodcut.
Physical Description: 12 x 11.8 cm and 4.8 x 12.2 cm.

Scope and Contents

Mainz, 1529.

Bibliography

Bartsch VII p. 114 (gives 1519 and: "On a deux epreuves differentes de ces deux morceaux").
 

The Death of Leonardo da Vinci lsc_2366_b005_009 18th century

Creator: Walker, William, 1729-1793, engraver.
Physical Description: English engraving.
Physical Description: 12 x 17.5 cm.

Scope and Contents

Cut and mounted on stationery paper. On verso a handwritten poem on widow-burning in India. Right: Walker sculp. Top: European magazine. Below: The Death of Leonardo de Vincay, publ. Sep. 1 1784 by Fielding, Paternoster Row (London) L. Sewell, Cornhill & I. Debrett, Picadilly.
 

Portrait of Benvenuto Cellini with hat lsc_2366_b005_010 undated

Physical Description: Engraving.
Physical Description: 11 x 6 cm. Impression: 14.8 x 9.4 cm on 22 x 14 cm.

Custodial History

Taken from a book printed in England.
 

Portrait, probably of Francesco d'Este lsc_2366_b005_011 undated

Creator: Della Bella, Stefano, 1610-1664
Physical Description: Italian engraving.
Physical Description: 17 x 12.2 cm.
Language of Material: Materials are in Latin.

Scope and Contents

Cut sharp at frameline. Portrait in an oval within an elaborate cartouche with inscription: Franciscvs ex Principibus / Etruriae. The portrait represents a young man in armor with a lace collar.

Bibliography

J. Bialostocki, European painting in Polish collections, describes as after a portrait by Velasquez in Modena, Bibl. Estense; cf. Wittkower, Bernini catalogue, no. 54.
 

Inclined head of a woman lsc_2366_b005_012 18th century

Creator: Mantelli, Girolamo
Physical Description: Italian engraving.
Physical Description: 30.5 x 25.5 cm.

Scope and Contents

No. 2 of first edition. Marked on plate HM, the number of the first edition of 1785 (Verga No. 50). On each leaf, upper right corner, in pencil, the date 1842.

Bibliography

Raccolta di disegni incisi...sugli originali esistenti nella Biblioteca Ambrosiana di Milano di Leonardo da Vinci e dei suoi scolari (1785).
 

Male profile lsc_2366_b005_013 18th century

Creator: Mantelli, Girolamo
Physical Description: Italian engraving.
Physical Description: 30.5 x 25.5 cm.

Scope and Contents

No. 4 of first edition. Windsor 12453. Marked on plate HM, the number of the first edition of 1785 (Verga No. 50). On each leaf, upper right corner, in pencil, the date 1842.

Bibliography

Raccolta di disegni incisi...sugli originali esistenti nella Biblioteca Ambrosiana di Milano di Leonardo da Vinci e dei suoi scolari (1785).
 

Caricature heads lsc_2366_b005_014 18th century

Creator: Mantelli, Girolamo
Physical Description: Italian engravings. Three black, one sanguine.
Physical Description: 30.5 x 25.5 cm.

Scope and Contents

No. 7 of first edition. Windsor 12491, 12493 a.o. Marked on plate HM, the number of the first edition of 1785 (Verga No. 50). On each leaf, upper right corner, in pencil, the date 1842.

Bibliography

Raccolta di disegni incisi...sugli originali esistenti nella Biblioteca Ambrosiana di Milano di Leonardo da Vinci e dei suoi scolari (1785).
 

Three caricature heads lsc_2366_b005_015 18th century

Creator: Mantelli, Girolamo
Physical Description: Italian engravings.
Physical Description: 30.5 x 25.5 cm.

Scope and Contents

No. 8 of first edition. Windsor 12554, lower part of Salai profile. Marked on plate HM, the number of the first edition of 1785 (Verga No. 50). On each leaf, upper right corner, in pencil, the date 1842.

Bibliography

Raccolta di disegni incisi...sugli originali esistenti nella Biblioteca Ambrosiana di Milano di Leonardo da Vinci e dei suoi scolari (1785).
 

Female profile lsc_2366_b005_016 18th century

Creator: Mantelli, Girolamo
Physical Description: Italian engraving.
Physical Description: 30.5 x 25.5 cm.

Scope and Contents

No. 11 of first edition. Marked on plate HM, the number of the first edition of 1785 (Verga No. 50). On each leaf, upper right corner, in pencil, the date 1842.

Bibliography

Raccolta di disegni incisi...sugli originali esistenti nella Biblioteca Ambrosiana di Milano di Leonardo da Vinci e dei suoi scolari (1785).
 

Two apostles lsc_2366_b005_017 18th century

Creator: Mantelli, Girolamo
Physical Description: Italian engraving.
Physical Description: 30.5 x 25.5 cm.

Scope and Contents

No. 12 of first edition. Marked on plate HM, the number of the first edition of 1785 (Verga No. 50). On each leaf, upper right corner, in pencil, the date 1842.

Bibliography

Raccolta di disegni incisi...sugli originali esistenti nella Biblioteca Ambrosiana di Milano di Leonardo da Vinci e dei suoi scolari (1785).
 

Caricatures lsc_2366_b005_018 18th century

Creator: Mantelli, Girolamo
Physical Description: Italian engraving. Sanguine.
Physical Description: 30.5 x 25.5 cm.

Scope and Contents

No. 16 of first edition. Marked on plate HM, the number of the first edition of 1785 (Verga No. 50). On each leaf, upper right corner, in pencil, the date 1842.

Bibliography

Raccolta di disegni incisi...sugli originali esistenti nella Biblioteca Ambrosiana di Milano di Leonardo da Vinci e dei suoi scolari (1785).
 

Profile of a bearded young man lsc_2366_b005_019 18th century

Creator: Mantelli, Girolamo
Physical Description: Italian engraving.
Physical Description: 30.5 x 25.5 cm.

Scope and Contents

No. 14 of first edition. Marked on plate HM, the number of the first edition of 1785 (Verga No. 50). On each leaf, upper right corner, in pencil, the date 1842.

Bibliography

Raccolta di disegni incisi...sugli originali esistenti nella Biblioteca Ambrosiana di Milano di Leonardo da Vinci e dei suoi scolari (1785).
 

Man with windblown hair lsc_2366_b005_020 18th century

Creator: Mantelli, Girolamo
Physical Description: Italian engraving.
Physical Description: 30.5 x 25.5 cm.

Scope and Contents

No. 5 of first edition. Marked on plate HM, the number of the first edition of 1785 (Verga No. 50). On each leaf, upper right corner, in pencil, the date 1842.

Bibliography

Raccolta di disegni incisi...sugli originali esistenti nella Biblioteca Ambrosiana di Milano di Leonardo da Vinci e dei suoi scolari (1785).
 

Profile study of a man's head lsc_2366_b005_021 16th century

Creator: Beham, Hans Sebald, 1500-1550
Physical Description: German engraving.
Physical Description: 5 x 8 cm.
Language of Material: Materials are in German.

Scope and Contents

Two studies of man's profile, the left one with proportion lines possibly derived from Leonardo; above at the second head, on a white band: "Eines Mannes Haupt." Between the heads, centered, a small cartouche touching the lower margin; with date and monogram: 1542 HS B.

Bibliography

Gustav Pauli, Hans Sebald Beham: ein kritisches Verzeichnis seiner Kupferstiche, Radirungen und Holzschnitte (Strassburg: Heitz, 1901) III: 320; Bartsch VIII p. 211 No. 219.
 

Caricature head, engraved in a circle within a square lsc_2366_b005_022 undated

Physical Description: French engraving.
Physical Description: 7.5 x 7 cm on 9 x 8.4 cm.
Language of Material: Materials are in French.

Scope and Contents

Left: Leonardo da Vinci. Right: De la Collection du Prince Charles de Ligne. Below: Dedie a ma femme. Engraved inscription around the circle: "Leonardo de Vinci de la collection du Prince de Ligne."
 

Sheet of 19 caricature heads lsc_2366_b005_023 circa 18th century

Scope and Contents

Italian. Unattributed: Casolani.
 

Florence, ca. 1550. A pictorial map of the walled city. lsc_2366_b007_001 16th century

Physical Description: Italian engraving.
Physical Description: 31.4 x 44.5 cm.
Language of Material: Materials are in Italian.

Scope and Contents

Mounted on gray and matted 54 x 69 cm. Top, centered: Fiorenza [letter z in reverse]. Left: Medici coat of arms. Right: Florentine fleur-de-lis within small cartouche. In foreground the river with the word: Arno. 5 cm. to lower margin: list of 60 buildings numbered according to numbers on map.
 

Series of three small handcolored maps VII.2-4 undated

Physical Description: Italian engravings.
Physical Description: 9.4 x 15 cm on 14 x 21 cm.

Scope and Contents

VII.2 Brescia VII.3 Cremona VII.4 Ferrara
 

Map of Dukedom of Milan lsc_2366_b007_005 1670

Creator: Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598
Physical Description: Dutch engraving.
Physical Description: 36 x 48.5 cm.
Language of Material: Materials are in Latin.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Acquired in 1947 from Bennet (c)

Scope and Contents

Title in cartouche at left: Ducatus / Mediolanen / sis, finitima- / rumq 3 regionv / descriptio, avc- / tore Ioanne Ge- / orgio Septalia mediola / nense. / Top right: Sforza coat of arms. Verso: printed: p. 76 of Ortelius atlas 1670: Le Duche de Milan.
 

Map of Florentine dominion lsc_2366_b007_006 circa 17th century

Creator: Blaeu, Joan, 1596-1673
Creator: Blaeu, Cornelis, 1610-1648
Physical Description: Dutch engraving.
Physical Description: 39 x 50 cm. (map and impression)
Language of Material: Materials are in Italian.

Scope and Contents

Title in decorative cartouche: Domino / Fioren / tino. Left lower corner: small cartouche with coat of arms with dedication to "D. Theodoro Hasselaer. Scala di Mielia quindici." Between map and frameline a band with measurements. Represents Tuscany west of Florence with Empoli and Vinci.
 

Map of Touraine, France lsc_2366_b007_007 17th century

Creator: Blaeu, Willem Janszoon, 1571-1638
Creator: Blaeu, Joan, 1596-1673
Physical Description: Dutch engraving.
Physical Description: 37.5 x 49 cm, 46.5 x 55 cm.
Language of Material: Materials are in Latin.

Scope and Contents

Old hand coloring. Above right within a garlanded vignette: Ducatus / Tyronensis / perlustratus e descriptus ab / Isaaco Franco, Aedili Regia / et in ea provincia viarum magistro / (line) Touraine. Above left: (...Below left: Scale within a vignette. Gallica commune: Right below: Apud Guiljelmia et Johannem Blaew Amsteldami. On verso: printed text with titles: Ducatvs / Tvorenensis / vulgo Duche de Touraine.
 

Reproduction of Mappamondo Catalano della Estense lsc_2366_b007_008 undated

Scope and Contents

Modern (lithographic?) reproduction of circa 1375 piece.
 

Large male head en face lsc_2366_b007_009 18th century

Creator: Bartolozzi, Francesco, 1727-1815
Physical Description: Italian engraving. After Leonardo da Vinci.
Physical Description: 30.5 x 20 cm. Impression: 35 x 25.2 cm. on 57 x 40.5 cm.

Scope and Contents

Below left: From the original drawing by Leonardo da Vinci. Below right: Engraved by Fl Bartolozzi, R.A. Historical Engraver to his Majesty. Below middle: In His Majesty's Collection published as the act directs...1796 by Chamberlaine.
 

Mona Lisa lsc_2366_b007_010 undated

Physical Description: Modern (lithographic?) color reproduction.

Scope and Contents

Original creator: Leonardo da Vinci.
 

Portrait lsc_2366_b007_011 undated

Physical Description: Modern (lithographic?) color reproduction with Russian captions.
Language of Material: Materials are in Russian.

Scope and Contents

Original creator: Francesco Melzi.
 

Christi Erklaerung ueber das Vornehmste Gebot lsc_2366_b007_012 1808

Creator: Bause, Johann Friedrich, 1738-1814
Physical Description: German engraving.
Language of Material: Materials are in German.

Scope and Contents

Below left: Fr. Bause sculp. 1808.
 

Mort de Leonard de Vinci peint par Ingres, grave par Richemine. lsc_2366_b007_013 undated

Creator: Richemine
Physical Description: French engraving.
Physical Description: 39 x 49.3 cm on 47.3 x 58.5 cm.
Language of Material: Materials are in French.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Copy 2 acquired in Rome in 1969 by Kate Traumann Steinitz and donated to the library.

Custodial History

Imprime et publie par Goupl et Cie. Paris, London, Berlin, Verlag von Goupil et Cie. New York, published by M. Knoedler. 2 copies. With: Announcement of the sale of the painting, signed and dedicated to Alexander von Humboldt, 1881.
 

Les Quatres banquets VII.15-18 circa 1619

Creator: Callot, Jacques, 1592-1635
Physical Description: French engravings.
Language of Material: Materials are in French.

Scope and Contents

VII.15 Noce de Cana. 5 x 5.5 cm (L.295) VII.16 Le repas chez le Parisien. (L.296) VII.17 Super d'Emaus. 5 x 5.4 cm (L.288) VII.18 La Cene. (X)
Presentation tipped in at left margin: "To Dr. Elmer Belt, great Vincian and great friend this triumph of Jacques Callot done in Florence in 1619. Herbert M. Evans." Paris: Chez Jean, rue Jean de Beauvais, no. 32.
 

[Sections of skeletons] lsc_2366_b007_019 18th century

Creator: Bartolozzi, Francesco, 1727-1815
Physical Description: Italian engraving. After Leonardo da Vinci.

Scope and Contents

Below left: from the original drawing by Leonardo da Vinci. Below right: engraved by F. Bartolozzi, R.A. Historical Engraver to his Majesty. Below middle: In His Majesty's collection...
 

Leonardo Portrait lsc_2366_b006_004 18th century

Creator: Bartolozzi, Francesco, 1727-1815
Physical Description: Italian engraving. Sanguine.
Physical Description: 28 x 19.5 cm. Impression: 32 x 25 cm. on 42.5 x 34 cm.

Scope and Contents

Windsor 12726. Frontispiece. Tuer: 677-(1). Left: From the original drawing by Hans Holbein [sic]. Right: engraved by F. Bartolozzi, R.A. Historical Engraver to His Majesty. Below: in His Majesty's collection, published as the Act directs. Sept. 1, 1795 by I. Chamberlaine.

Bibliography

Chamberlaine 1796.
 

A youth's head in profile (Salai) lsc_2366_b004_002 18th century

Creator: Bartolozzi, Francesco, 1727-1815
Physical Description: Italian engraving. Sanguine.
Physical Description: 21.5 x 15 cm. Impression: 29 x 24 cm on 38 x 29 cm.

Scope and Contents

Windsor 12554. Pl. 3 erroneously listed as "Woman's head." Tuer: - Right: Engraved by F. Bartolozzi, R.A. Historical Engraver to His Majesty. Left: From the original drawing by Leonardo da Vinci. Below: In His Majesty's Collection/published October 1, 1796 by John Chamberlain...In pencil: right lower corner 1/50.

Bibliography

Chamberlaine 1812.
 

Half-length figure in profile, seated lsc_2366_b004_003 undated

Creator: Bartolozzi, Francesco, 1727-1815
Physical Description: Italian engraving. Red stippel [stippling?]
Physical Description: 18 x 13 cm. Impression: 29 x 23.8 cm, on 3 x 2 cm with 5 frame lines.

Scope and Contents

Windsor 12584 (copy). Pl. 6. Tuer" 684 (8).

Bibliography

Chamberlaine 1812.
 

Young man leaning lsc_2366_b004_004 18th century

Creator: Bartolozzi, Francesco, 1727-1815
Physical Description: Italian engraving. Sanguine.
Physical Description: 23.5 x 18.5 cm. Impression: 28 x 23 cm on 36 x 27.5 cm.

Scope and Contents

No. - Tuer: - Right below: in pencil by a later hand: F. Bartolozzi. In left corner of impression: in pencil: LP.

Bibliography

Chamberlaine 1812.
 

Leonardo da Vinci, portrait within an oval. lsc_2366_b004_005 19th century

Physical Description: Italian engraving. After Giuseppe Bossi (1777-1815).
Physical Description: 12.5 x 10.5 cm on 35 x 25 cm.
Language of Material: Materials are in Italian and German.

Custodial History

Claudio Artaria inc. "All'Egregio Gautero della Belle Arte / II Sig.re Bartolomeo Turina / questa sua pro-izia / " Verlag Gebruder Rocca in Berlin und Goettingen. Gedruckt von Hampe. The portrait is almost identical with the one signed Bossi and Anderloni, but 0.5 cm wider.
 

"Come gentle friend salute my bride..." lsc_2366_b004_001 undated

Creator: Leonardo, da Vinci, 1452-1519
Physical Description: Engraving.

Scope and Contents

An engraving after Leonardo signed: "Leonardo Vinci (invit?) at bottom left of engraving. London (c1671-1707). Original and photoprint.
 

Variant of 29 lsc_2366_b004_006 undated

Creator: Bossi, Giuseppe, 1777-1815
Creator: Anderloni, Faustino, 1766-1847

Scope and Contents

Signed Bossi and Anderloni.
 

Self portrait lsc_2366_b004_007 1766

Creator: Zocchi, Giuseppe, 1711-1767
Physical Description: Italian engraving. After Leonardo da Vinci.
Physical Description: 20.5 x 18 cm on 35 x 25 cm.
Language of Material: Materials are in Italian.

Scope and Contents

"Lionardo di Ser Piero / da Vinci [coat of arms] pittore / Scultore, Architetto &c / nato nel MCCCCXLV. morto nel MDXX [sic] Dedicato al...Mse, el Cavre Alessandro Coppoli Patrizio Perugino, e Fiorentino. / Preso da un Quadro esistente nella Galleria di S.A.R. di Firenze. Below: Correct life data written in pencil.
 

The Last Supper lsc_2366_b004_008 circa 19th century

Creator: Roemhild
Physical Description: German engraving. After Leonardo da Vinci.
Physical Description: 19 x 28 cm (Margins cropped except for bottom) on 22 x 28 cm.
Language of Material: Materials are in French and German.

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Left: a Paris chez Dopler, rue St. Jacques No. 21. Right: Roemhild sc. Depose. Below within decorative scrolls: "La Cene-Das Abendmahl / En verite, je vous dis un de vous doit me livrer--In Wahreit ich sage Euch, Einer von Euch wird mich verrathen.
 

Christ disputing with the doctors lsc_2366_b004_009 19th century

Creator: Radclyffe, William, 1780-1855
Physical Description: English engraving.
Physical Description: 13.5 x 17 cm on 21 x 27.5 cm.

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Below, centered: Engraved by W. Radclyffe. "Christ disputing with the doctors" / from the original Painting by Leonardo da Vinci in the National Gallery / No. 33 / Jones [and] Co of the Temple of the Muses, Finsbury Square, London.
 

Leonardo da Vinci after a picture by himself engraved by Raffaello Morghen lsc_2366_b004_010 circa 19th century

Creator: Posselwhite, J. (James), 1798-1884
Physical Description: English engraving.
Physical Description: 30.5 x 22 cm.

Custodial History

London. Published by Charles Knight [and] Co. Ludgate St.
 

Raphael's Burial lsc_2366_b002_001 17th-18th century

Creator: Le Sueur, Eustache, 1616-1655
Physical Description: French drawing. Red chalk over ink.
Physical Description: 24.2 x 38.5 cm.
Language of Material: Materials are in French.

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Inscription: "From coll. Le Sueur. Enterrement et mort de Raphael. Son corps est porte a la sepulture par les principaux eleves; son tableaux de la Transfiguration suit la marche est porte en triumph de lui.
 

Caricatures after Leonardo da Vinci and Hieronymus Bosch lsc_2366_b002_002 17th century

Creator: Baccio del Bianco, Luigi, 1604-1656
Physical Description: Italian drawings. Pen and bistre.
Physical Description: 26.5 x 40 cm.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Acquired in 1951 at Colnaghi in London as Ghezzi or Zenetti, but identified by B. Degenhart as Baccio del Banco.

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Supplements a set in the Staatliche Graphische Sammlung, Muenchen. This copy carries the number 139. The Munich set shows consecutive numbers.
 

Vinci Landscape lsc_2366_b002_003 circa 1957

Creator: Bret, Paul, 1902-
Physical Description: French drawing. Pencil.
Physical Description: 22 x 29 cm.
Language of Material: Materials are in French.

Scope and Contents

Inscribed at bottom: "La tour de la Bibliotheque Vinci 57."
 

Portrait of Leonardo da Vinci with a cap lsc_2366_b006_001 19th century

Creator: Leroux, Jean Marie, 1788-1870
Creator: Denoyer, B.
Physical Description: French engraving.
Physical Description: 30 x 24 cm. Impression: 38 x 30 cm on 40 x 32 cm.
Language of Material: Materials are in French.

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Cartouche in imitation of embroidery, carrying the inscription: Leonardo / de Vinci. Left: L. de Vinci pinx. Right: J.M. Leroux sc. Center: B. Denoyer del. Below: "Il naquit en 1452 au Chateau de Vinci pres de Florence/Peintre, Architecte et Sculpteur, Il fut invite par Francois 1er a se rendre en France/il y vint en 1515 et mourut a Ambroise au palais de Clou le 2 mai, 1519. Publie par Veith [and] Hauser, Paris." Below: depose a la direction. Left: Imprime par Chardin aine et Asc.
 

Self-Portrait of Leonardo da Vinci lsc_2366_b006_002 18th-19th century

Creator: Morghen, Raffaello, 1761-1833
Physical Description: Italian engraving. After Leonardo da Vinci.
Physical Description: 24.5 x 29 cm. Impression: 30 x 22 cm on 41.5 cm x 32.8 cm.
Language of Material: Materials are in Latin.

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Water stains. Left: Leonardus Vincius se ipsum pincit. Right: Raphael Morghen sculpsit.
 

Salome with head of John the Baptist. lsc_2366_b006_003 19th century

Creator: Garavaglia, Giovita, 1790-1835
Physical Description: Italian engraving. After Bernardo Luini (1475-1533).
Physical Description: 25.5 x 30.3 cm.
Language of Material: Materials are in Italian.

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Below left: Bernardino Luini dip. Below right: Giovita Garavaglia inc. Center: Pietro Anderloni dec. "All Egregio Protettore delle Belle Arti/xxx il originale esiste presso il Cav. Prof. Scarpa." In Firenze presso Luigi Bardi.
 

Hollar print P1578 - mat 1 lsc_2366_b011_001 undated

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Print by Wenceslaus Hollar (Prague, Bohemia 1607–1677 London, England.)
 

Five Men lsc_2366_b011_002 undated

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Print by Wenceslaus Hollar (Prague, Bohemia 1607–1677 London, England.)
 

Two grotesque figures lsc_2366_b011_003  undated

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Print by Wenceslaus Hollar (Prague, Bohemia 1607–1677 London, England.)
 

Hollar print P1594i - folder 2 lsc_2366_b011_004 undated

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Print by Wenceslaus Hollar (Prague, Bohemia 1607–1677 London, England.)
 

Hollar print P1595i - folder 2 lsc_2366_b011_005 undated

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Print by Wenceslaus Hollar (Prague, Bohemia 1607–1677 London, England.)
 

Hollar print P1596i - folder 2 lsc_2366_b011_006 undated

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Print by Wenceslaus Hollar (Prague, Bohemia 1607–1677 London, England.)
 

Hollar print P1605i - mat 3 lsc_2366_b011_007 undated

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Print by Wenceslaus Hollar (Prague, Bohemia 1607–1677 London, England.)
 

Hollar print P1610i - mat 3 lsc_2366_b011_008 undated

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Print by Wenceslaus Hollar (Prague, Bohemia 1607–1677 London, England.)
 

Hollar print P1723i - mat 3 lsc_2366_b011_009 undated

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Print by Wenceslaus Hollar (Prague, Bohemia 1607–1677 London, England.)
 

Hollar print P1748i - mat 3 lsc_2366_b011_010 undated

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Print by Wenceslaus Hollar (Prague, Bohemia 1607–1677 London, England.)