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The Battle of San Quintín
Oil on canvas. After 1720
Anonymous
The Battle of San Quintín
Oil on canvas. After 1720
Anonymous

Los cuatro lienzos de esta serie (P186 a P189) fueron adquiridos por 1.500 pesetas a doña Pilar de la Torre el 21 de junio de 1876, en un lote de copias que forma la única serie completa conservada de los bocetos para el friso de la escalera del monasterio del Escorial [Archivo MNP, seccion direccion, serie adquisiciones, caja 106, leg. 13.1, exp. 31, doc. 1-3. «Orden Ministerial de acuerdo para l

Half-lenght Composition, with Male Figures
Pencil, Grey-brown ink on yellow paper. Early Finales del siglo XVI - XVII century
Anonymous
Half-lenght Composition, with Male Figures
Pencil, Grey-brown ink on yellow paper. Early Finales del siglo XVI - XVII century
Anonymous

This drawing appears to be by Villena as other drawings, though it lacks and old inscription giving it to Villamena. The composition shows knowledge of the work of Agostino Carracci (1557-1602) and Palma il Giovane (ca. 1548-1628).

Two Standing Winged Angels
Pencil, Grey-brown ink on green paper. Second half of the XVI century
Anonymous
Two Standing Winged Angels
Pencil, Grey-brown ink on green paper. Second half of the XVI century
Anonymous

This is a good facsimile copy of a drawing formerly in the collection of Prof. Van Regteren Altena, Amsterdam. Another copy of the Amsterdam drawing is in the British Royal Collection, Windsor Castle.The Prado copy has a distinct flavor of Agostino Carracci about it, and the copyist could have been from within the Carracci circle.

Two Sibyls (?) and an Angel
Pencil, Grey-brown ink on dark yellow paper. XVI century
Anonymous
Two Sibyls (?) and an Angel
Pencil, Grey-brown ink on dark yellow paper. XVI century
Anonymous

Nos. D01701; D01719; D01917; D01723; D01930; D01931; D01918 appear to represent sibyls, women from ancient times who were endowed with special powers of prophecy. From the Renaissance period and after, the western church accepted the sayings of twelve of these sibyls as foretelling the coming of Christ. As a result, the sibyls came to be regarded as the pagan, female counterparts to the Old Testam

Sibyl (?)
Pencil, Pencil ground, Grey-brown ink on paper. XVI century
Anonymous
Sibyl (?)
Pencil, Pencil ground, Grey-brown ink on paper. XVI century
Anonymous

Nos. D01701; D01719; D01917; D01723; D01930; D01931; D01918 appear to represent sibyls, women from ancient times who were endowed with special powers of prophecy. From the Renaissance period and after, the western church accepted the sayings of twelve of these sibyls as foretelling the coming of Christ. As a result, the sibyls came to be regarded as the pagan, female counterparts to the Old Testam

Sheet of studies with a happy and three lions rampant
Pencil, Grey-brown ink, Wash on yellow paper. XVI century
Anonymous
Sheet of studies with a happy and three lions rampant
Pencil, Grey-brown ink, Wash on yellow paper. XVI century
Anonymous

An old attribution to Agostino Carracci (1557-1602) appears on the reserve of the sheet. In a note on the modern museum matte, Keith Andrews suggested Battista Franco?, to which comment Catherine Monbeig Goguel has added copie. In spite of this difference of opinion over the drawing´s quality, it seemed more logical to place the drawing under Franco´s name, rather than of Agostino Carracci, with w

A Sibyl (?)
Pencil, Pencil ground, Grey-brown ink on paper. XVI century
Anonymous
A Sibyl (?)
Pencil, Pencil ground, Grey-brown ink on paper. XVI century
Anonymous

Nos. D01701; D01719; D01917; D01723; D01930; D01931; D01918 appear to represent sibyls, women from ancient times who were endowed with special powers of prophecy. From the Renaissance period and after, the western church accepted the sayings of twelve of these sibyls as foretelling the coming of Christ. As a result, the sibyls came to be regarded as the pagan, female counterparts to the Old Testam

A Sibyl (?)
Pencil, Pencil ground, Grey-brown ink on paper. XVI century
Anonymous
A Sibyl (?)
Pencil, Pencil ground, Grey-brown ink on paper. XVI century
Anonymous

Nos. D01701; D01719; D01917; D01723; D01930; D01931; D01918 appear to represent sibyls, women from ancient times who were endowed with special powers of prophecy. From the Renaissance period and after, the western church accepted the sayings of twelve of these sibyls as foretelling the coming of Christ. As a result, the sibyls came to be regarded as the pagan, female counterparts to the Old Testam

A Sibyl (?)
Pencil, Pencil ground, Grey-brown ink on paper. XVI century
Anonymous
A Sibyl (?)
Pencil, Pencil ground, Grey-brown ink on paper. XVI century
Anonymous

Nos. D01701; D01719; D01917; D01723; D01930; D01931; D01918 appear to represent sibyls, women from ancient times who were endowed with special powers of prophecy. From the Renaissance period and after, the western church accepted the sayings of twelve of these sibyls as foretelling the coming of Christ. As a result, the sibyls came to be regarded as the pagan, female counterparts to the Old Testam

A Sibyl (?)
Pencil, Pencil ground, Grey-brown ink, Wash on paper. XVI century
Anonymous
A Sibyl (?)
Pencil, Pencil ground, Grey-brown ink, Wash on paper. XVI century
Anonymous

Nos. D01701; D01719; D01917; D01723; D01930; D01931; D01918 appear to represent sibyls, women from ancient times who were endowed with special powers of prophecy. From the Renaissance period and after, the western church accepted the sayings of twelve of these sibyls as foretelling the coming of Christ. As a result, the sibyls came to be regarded as the pagan, female counterparts to the Old Testam

A Sibyl (?)
Pencil, Pencil ground, Grey-brown ink on paper. XVI century
Anonymous
A Sibyl (?)
Pencil, Pencil ground, Grey-brown ink on paper. XVI century
Anonymous

Nos. D01701; D01719; D01917; D01723; D01930; D01931; D01918 appear to represent sibyls, women from ancient times who were endowed with special powers of prophecy. From the Renaissance period and after, the western church accepted the sayings of twelve of these sibyls as foretelling the coming of Christ. As a result, the sibyls came to be regarded as the pagan, female counterparts to the Old Testam

Draped figure wearing a laurel crown
Pencil, Grey-brown ink on yellow paper. XVI century
Anonymous
Draped figure wearing a laurel crown
Pencil, Grey-brown ink on yellow paper. XVI century
Anonymous

Traditionally attributed to Parmigianino (1503-1540). In a note on the modern museum matte, J. A. Gere wrote copy after Girolamo da Carpi (1981).The style certainly points to that of Girolamo da Carpi, but also anticipates the pen drawings of Angostino Carracci (1557-1602) and Domenichino (1581-1641).

A Sibyl (?)
Pencil, Pencil ground, Grey-brown ink, Wash on paper. XVI century
Anonymous
A Sibyl (?)
Pencil, Pencil ground, Grey-brown ink, Wash on paper. XVI century
Anonymous

Nos. D01701; D01719; D01917; D01723; D01930; D01931; D01918 appear to represent sibyls, women from ancient times who were endowed with special powers of prophecy. From the Renaissance period and after, the western church accepted the sayings of twelve of these sibyls as foretelling the coming of Christ. As a result, the sibyls came to be regarded as the pagan, female counterparts to the Old Testam

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