Oldal kiválasztása

Raphael
(1483−1520)

Design for a Temporary Decoration (recto)

after 1509
Pen and brown ink

 

 

 

 


Sketches for the Disputa (verso)

c. 1508–9
Pen and brown ink
200 × 153 mm
Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest 1935

 

 

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Technique

Pen and brown ink, traces of black chalk, on paper

Inscriptions

Inscribed in pen and brown ink on the verso: ‘Raphael No. 45. St.’

Provenance

Nicolaus Esterházy (Lugt 1965 and 1966); Hungarian National Picture Gallery (Lugt 2000 and a stamp not in Lugt)

Literature

Károly Pulszky, ‘Raphael Santi az Országos Képtárban’, Archaeológiai Értesítő N. S. 1 (1881), pp. 81–82

Károly Pulszky, ‘Raphael Santi in der Ungarischen Reichs-Gallerie’, Ungarische Revue 2 (1882), pp. 23–29

Hubert Janitschek, ‘Compte rendu de l’etude de Pulszky’, Repertorium für Kunstwissenschaft (7) 1884, p. 230

Anton Springer, Raffael und Michelangelo, 3rd ed., Leipzig 1895, vol. 1, p. 347

Joseph Schönbrunner and Joseph Meder, Handzeichnungen Alter Meister aus der Albertina und anderen Sammlungen, 12 vols., Vienna 1895–1908, no. 543

Oskar Fischel, Raphaels Zeichnungen: Versuch einer Kritik der bisher veröffentlichen Blätter, Strassburg 1898, nos. 130 and 582

József Wollanka, Raffael, Budapest 1906, p. 82

Simon Meller, Külföldi mesterek rajzai XIV–XVIII. század, exhibition and check-list, Budapest, Museum of Fine Arts 1911, no. 102

Oscar Fischel, Raffaels Zeichnungen, 8 vols., Berlin 1913–41, vol. 6, nos. 301 and 302

Oskar Fischel, ‘Raffael und der Apollo von Belvedere’, Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz 2 (1912); 17 (1915), pp. 90–101, nos. 301 and 302

Edith Hoffmann, Miniatúrák es olasz rajzok, exhibition and check-list, Budapest, Museum of Fine Arts 1930, no. 44

Edith Hoffmann, Rajzoló eljárások, exhibition and check-list, Budapest, Museum of Fine Arts 1934, no. 188

Edith Hoffmann, Legszebb külföldi rajzok, exhibition and check-list, Budapest, Museum of Fine Arts 1936, no. 56

Ulrich Middeldorf, Raphael’s Drawings, New York 1945, no. 65

Teréz Gerszi, A múzeum legszebb rajzai, exhibition and check-list, Budapest, Museum of Fine Arts 1956, no. 43

Lajos Vayer, Meisterzeichnungen aus der Sammlung des Museums der Bildenden Künste in Budapest: (14.–18. Jahrhundert), Berlin 1957, nos. 23 and 24

Iván Fenyő, Középitáliai rajzok: Bologna, Firenze, Róma, exhibition catalogue, Budapest, Museum of Fine Arts 1963, no. 13

Iván Fenyő, Meisterzeichnungen aus dem Museum der Schönen Künste in Budapest, exhibition catalogue, Vienna, Albertina 1967, no. 6

Loránd Zentai, Raffaello emlékkiallítás, exhibition and check-list, Budapest, Museum of Fine Arts 1970, no. 25

Luitpold Dussler, Raphael: A Critical Catalogue of His Pictures, Wall-Paintings and Tapestries, London 1971, p. 73

Paul Joannides, The Drawings of Raphael, with a Complete Catalogue, Oxford 1983, no. 215

Eckhart Knab, Erwin Mitsch, and Konrad Oberhuber, Raphael: Die Zeichnungen, Stuttgart 1983, nos. 322 and 326

Loránd Zentai in Leonardo to Van Gogh: Master Drawings from Budapest, ed. Teréz Gerszi, exhibition catalogue, Washington (DC) National Gallery of Art, Chicago, The Art Institute, and LosAngeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art 1985, no. 6

Loránd Zentai, Sixteenth-Century Central Italian Drawings: An Exhibition from the Museum’s Collection, exhibition catalogue, Budapest, Museum of Fine Arts 1998, no. 7

Loránd Zentai in Teréz Gerszi (ed.), Dürer to Dalì: Master Drawings in the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest 1999, p. 28

Arnold Nesselrath in Hochrenaissance im Vatikan: Kunst und Kultur im Rom der Päpste (1503–1534), exhibition catalogue, Vatican, Musei Vaticani and Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana 1999, no. 304

Zoltán Kárpáti in Treasures from Budapest: European Masterpieces from Leonardo to Schiele, ed. David Ekserdjian, exhibition catalogue, London, Royal Academy of Arts 2010, no. 22

Condition

Well preserved sheet. Upper right corner is missing and later supplemented. Unsuccessful repair at top centre. Surface dirt and some traces of creases.  Dark stains over the surface. Ink burned through the paper. Thin paper causes ink show-through from both sides. Some scratches on the recto.

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