exhibition checklist

Grey Matters

01/

Antonio Rizzo (Verona 1430-99 Venice)
Virgin and Child, ca. 1480
stone relief (pietra di Nanto)
25 1/5 x 19 inches
64 x 48.5 cm

02/

Giovanni Mansueti (act. Venice ca. 1485-1526/27)
The Supper at Emmaus, ca. 1495
oil and ink on poplar
29 1/4 x 49 inches
74 x 124 cm

03/

The Master of 1499 (active Ghent? ca. 1490–1520)
Two wings from a triptych showing the Annunciation, with scenes of the Nativity and a kneeling donor accompanied by standing Saints on the reverse, ca. 1500
oil on panel
46 1/4 x 16 3/4 inches
117.5 x 42.5 cm

04/

Anonymous artist, Rhineland (Cologne?)
The Assumption of the Virgin, ca. 1510-20
green-tinted cylinder glass with silver stain and vitreous paint
⌀ 8 1/2 inches
⌀ 21.7  cm

05/

Jacopo Carrucci, known as Pontormo (Pontormo 1494–1557 Florence)
Apollo and Cupid, 1513
oil on canvas
24 x 18 7/8 inches
61 x 47.3 cm

06/

Jacopo Carrucci, known as Pontormo (Pontormo 1494–1557 Florence)
Apollo and Daphne, 1513
oil on canvas
24 3/8 x 19 1/4 inches
61.91 x 48.9 cm
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07/

Jacopo Carrucci, known as Pontormo (Pontormo 1494–1557 Florence)
Adam and Eve, ca. 1515
oil on canvas
18 1/8 x 14 inches
46 x 35.5 cm

08/

Jacopo Carrucci, known as Pontormo (Pontormo 1494–1557 Florence)
A Standing Figure of a Young Boy, Seen from Behind, His Face Almost in Profile and a Separate Sketch of His Left Hand at the Top Corner, ca. 1518-19
black chalk heightened with white on blue paper
6 5/8 x 3 3/4 inches
174 x 95 mm

09/

Jacopo Carrucci, known as Pontormo (Pontormo 1494–1557 Florence)
Striding Nude with Arms Raised (verso) / Standing Male Nude Seen from the Back, and Two Seated Nudes (recto), ca. 1519-21
black, red, and white chalk / red chalk with stumping, on laid paper
15 15/16 x 8 3/4 inches
405 x 224 mm

10/

Circle of Dirk Vellert (ca. 1480 – 1547)
The Prodigal Son cavorting with harlots, ca. 1520
green-tinted clear cylinder glass with vitreous paint and several hues of silver stain
⌀ 9 7/8 inches
⌀ 25  cm

11/

Jacopo Carrucci, known as Pontormo (Pontormo 1494–1557 Florence)
A Standing Male Nude, Holding onto a Ring and Looking Upwards
pen and brown ink, over faint traces of an underdrawing in black chalk /another study of the same figure in pen and brown ink over a black chalk underdrawing (verso), ca. 1519-21
15 7/8 x 9 5/8 inches
403 x 244 mm

12/

Agostino dei Musi, known as Veneziano (Venice ca. 1490 – after 1536 Rome)
The Procession of Silenus, after Raphael or Giulio Romano, ca. 1520-25
engraving
7 7/16 x 10 3/16 inches
189 x 259 mm

13/

Agnolo Bronzino (Florence 1503-72)
Portrait of a Young Man with a Book, ca. 1525-28
oil on panel
37 x 30 3/4 inches
94 x 78 cm

14/

Pietro Buonaccorsi, known as Perino del Vaga (Fiesole 1537–91 Florence)
A Griffin Holding a Coat-of-Arms, ca. 1525
pen and brown ink
6 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches
173 x 138 mm

15/

Baccio Bandinelli (Florence 1493-1560)
The Deposition, ca. 1528-29
pen and brown ink over traces of black chalk
15 1/8 x 11 1/8 inches
385 x 281 mm

16/

Jacopo Carrucci, known as Pontormo (Pontormo 1494–1557 Florence)
Portrait of Cosimo I de’ Medici, ca. 1537
oil on panel
39 5/8 x 30 3/8 inches
100.6 x 77 cm

17/

Giorgio Vasari (Arezzo 1511–1574 Florence)
The Adoration of the Shepherds, ca. 1540-45
black chalk, pen and brown ink, brown wash / a sketch, by another hand, of a Martyrdom of Saint Catherine, in black chalk (verso), ca. 1540-45
7 1/2 x 6 inches
191 x 151 mm

18/

Giulio Bonasone (Bologna 1531 – 1574 Rome)
St. Paul Overcoming the Viper, after Perino del Vaga, mid 1540s
engraving
9 3/4 x 6 1/2  inches
249 x 165 mm

19/

Master I.C.
Ewer with the Bacchanal and Procession of Sea Gods, ca. 1565
grisaille and camaïeu enamels
H 10 5/8 inches / 27 cm
⌀ max 4 1/3 inches / 11 cm
spread 5 inches / 12.8 cm

20/

Giovanni Maria Butteri (Florence 1540-1606)
Dante, Petrarch, Boccaccio and Other Tuscan Men of Letters, 1565
pen and brown ink on paper
11 1/2 x 10 1/8 inches
292 x 257 mm

21/

School of Fontainebleau, after Guglielmo della Porta
Perseus and Phineas, ca. 1570
oil on panel
20 x 26 1/3 inches
51 x 66.8 cm

22/

Pierre Reymond (ca. 1513 – after 1584)
A pair of Limoges Enamel plates illustrating the months January and April, ca. 1570
painted enamel on copper, grisaille on black background, red and gilt highlights
⌀ 10 inches
⌀ 25.4 cm
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