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Winged Angel Flying to the Right
Red chalk, Pencil strokes on yellow paper. Second half of the XVI century
Alberti, Cherubino (Attributed To)
Winged Angel Flying to the Right
Red chalk, Pencil strokes on yellow paper. Second half of the XVI century
Alberti, Cherubino (Attributed To)

Inscribed in brown ink on a strip of paper pasted at the bottom of the sheet: CHERUBINUS ALBERTIUS PICTOR ET ARCHITEC. FECIT QUI VIX AN. LXIII. DEC. MDCXV. The eighteenth-century inscription written out on a strip of paper pasted down beneath the drawing is similar in type to those sometimes found on drawings with a provenance from the Florentine collector Francesco Maria Niccolò Gabburri (

The Birth of the Virgin
Pencil, Grey-brown ink on paper. XVI century
Anonymous
The Birth of the Virgin
Pencil, Grey-brown ink on paper. XVI century
Anonymous

This seems a good drawing by a competent hand. While there are some hints of the work of the two sienese artist, Andrea Casolani (1522/23-1608) and Astolfo Petrazzi (1579-1665), other aspects of the drawing´s style point to that of Roman artists from the circle of Cherubino Alberti (1553-1615).

Studies of a Reclining Male Nude
Pencil, Pencil ground, Grey-brown ink, Grey-brown wash on yellow paper. Second half of the XVI century
Alberti, Giovanni (Attributed To)
Studies of a Reclining Male Nude
Pencil, Pencil ground, Grey-brown ink, Grey-brown wash on yellow paper. Second half of the XVI century
Alberti, Giovanni (Attributed To)

On Brun´s (?) mount, with his attribution: LE JOSEPIN [i. e., the Cavaliere d´Arpino (1568-1640), who was sometimes referred to as Il Giuseppino]. The style is certainly recalls that of Cherubino Alberti (1553-1615): In the study upper left, a wing has been added to the boy´s shoulder to change the figure into an angel.

Standing Soldiers with Lances and Shields
Pencil, Grey wash, Grey-brown ink, Grey-brown wash, White lead on tinted paper. Late XVI century
Alberti, Cherubino
Standing Soldiers with Lances and Shields
Pencil, Grey wash, Grey-brown ink, Grey-brown wash, White lead on tinted paper. Late XVI century
Alberti, Cherubino

This impressive study typifies the lively, decorative style that was in vogue in Rome during the closing years of the sixteenth century and is associable with the movement generally referred to as Late Mannerism. The fluent lines and athletic forms that characterize these drawings owe their origin to the work of a number of Raphael´s followers, such as Perino del Vaga (1501-1547) and Polidoro da C

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