Church martyrs, with in the foreground St Apollonia having her teeth drawn out by an executioner standing at left; beyond, above, Pope Stephen sitting on a throne and about to be beheaded, at left the beheading of St Sixtus and beyond the walls of a city; after the fresco executed ca. 1598 in San Stefano Rotondo by Niccolò Circignani, called 'II Pomarancio', earliest record of activity 1564, d. Città della Pieve, c. 1598.
This is an early drawing of good quality. One suggested artist for this drawing is Lodewijk Toeput (Pozzoserato) (1550-1605)
Collection stamp of Carlo Lucido (Lugt.3269)
Brown ink drawing
7,50 x 9,80 cm
Complete with a borderline around the image and small margins. Rubbed with red chalk on the backside for transfer.
- Follower of II Pomarancio (act. 1564-1598), early XVII century
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- Saint Apolonia and other church martyrs
- 1700 und früher
- Ca. 1600
- Braune Tuschezeichnung
- Nicht signiert
- exzellenter Zustand
- 75×98×1 mm