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^[[1.-]] 8437 Ciro FERRI "The Circumcision"- early period, still under the influence
of Pietro da Cortona
Coll. J. Annan Bryce

^[[2.]] 8438 Ciro FERRI "Allegory of the Catholic Church. [[underline]] Pomis Sua Nomina Servant [[/underline]]"
Coll. Lord Brownlow
There is an engraving by G. Chasteau (or "Castelli") after Ferri representing the same subject, with slight changes. See photostat 2-b

^[[3.]] 8439 PALMA il Giovane "Study of Three Figures"

^[[4.]] 8440 PALMA il Giovane "Venezia Receives HOmage and Gifts from Brescia, Udine, Padua and Verona, who are presented by the Doge Francesco Venier"
Study for the fresco in the Sala del Senato of the Palazzo Ducale, Venice, 1585-1595. See photostat 4-a

^[[5.]] 8441 Federico ZUCCARO "The Last Judgment"
Drawing for the fresco decoration of the cupola of the Duomo, Florence (completed 1579).

^[[6]] 8446 Ventura SALIMBENI "The Virgin and Child in Glory Adored by Saints Augustine, Stephen, Catherine of Alexandria and Catherine of Siena."

Coll.: Sir Peter Lely (Coll. mark lower right)
Earl of Pembroke

^[[7]] 8447 Giuliano TRABALLESI "The Marriage of the Virgin" Inscribed lower left: "Traballesi"

^[[8]] 8448 Francesco VANNI "King and Patron Saint"  Coll. J. Annan Bryce

^[[9]] 8458 PALMA il Giovane "Harrowing of Hell"

^[[10]] 8460 "Fathers of the Church in Adoration" - follower of Veronese Inscribed lower right: "di Paolo Caliari"(?)
Inscription on back - see photostat 10-a

^[[11]] 8551 Attributed to Elia INTERGUGLIELMI, two halves of a study for a Church Ceiling - watercolor,

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