Pastorino Pastorini (after Polidcro de Caravaggio). A Group of Roman Soldiers with Lances, Swords and Banners (recto)
Pastorini, Pastorino (after Polidcro de Caravaggio)
Italian, c 1508 - 1592
A Group of Roman Soldiers with Lances, Swords and Banners (recto)
pen and brown ink and wash over traces of black chalk on paper
26.6 x 15.9 cm
© 2001: Art Gallery of Ontario
Padre Sebastiano Resta.  (Lucien Goldschmidt, New York); purchased 1968 by the Art Gallery of Ontario
 No provenance before 1968.
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