Artibus et Historiae no. 56 (XXVIII)

2007, ISSN 0391-9064

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COLIN EISLER - "Wrongly Together — Rightly Apart": Two Venetian High Renaissance Drawings at the Yale University Art Gallery

A Venetian High Renaissance drawing of the head of a woman from the circle of the early Titian or Sansovino was "collaged" at an unknown date by adding the head of a child by the same hand. This converted what was originally an independent image into a Virgin and Child. By photographic means the two sections were separated and now shown alone, to recreate a sense of the original appearance of each head.

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