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Saint Catherine
Pencil, Grey-brown wash on yellow paper. XVI century
Anonymous
Saint Catherine
Pencil, Grey-brown wash on yellow paper. XVI century
Anonymous

Drawing depicting the half-kneeling saint in the foreground. A child angel flies towards her with the crown and the palm leaf. The foreground depicts the remains of a wheel and a cutlass; the background, a landscape with children. Markedly Italian in nature, it is probably not a Spanish work. However, if that were to be the case, it is probably a copy of or inspired by prints from northern Italy.

Saint Vincent Martyr
Pencil on yellow laid paper. Mid-XVIIcentury
Anonymous
Saint Vincent Martyr
Pencil on yellow laid paper. Mid-XVIIcentury
Anonymous

Saint Vincent is depicted standing, wearing a dalmatic and leaning with his arms on a millstone. He makes a gesture with his right hand as if making an argument and holds the palm branch of martyrdom with his left.It seems to be for an angled sculpture on a pedestal.This drawing depicts traditional Valencian iconography from the 16th century (Juan de Juanes, Borrás). It is undoubtedly a Val

St. Catherine
Pencil on yellow paper. XVI century
Anonymous
St. Catherine
Pencil on yellow paper. XVI century
Anonymous

The figure type and pose of the saint indeed suggest an early sixteenth-century Emilian prototype, though this drawing can be no more than a feeble reflection of such a model. In the lower left, the artist, has failed to differentiate adequately between the saint´s drapery and what might well be her attribute of a wheel, the curved form of which is easily mistaken for part of her outer robe.

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