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NG 790 is unfinished, and has been connected with payments to Michelangelo for an altarpiece for the church of S. Agostino, Rome. It seems that the altarpiece for which these payments were made in 1500-1 was not delivered and it is therefore probable that Michelangelo did not complete his commission.
Two drawings for NG 790 are known (both Paris, Louvre). One is a rejected idea for the figure of Saint John. The other is for the Mary on the left, and shows her with a crown of thorns and the nails with which Christ had been crucified.
Farnese collection, Rome, by 1649; bought in Rome by Robert Macpherson, 1846; from whom bought, 1868.
Gould 1975, pp. 145-8
Hirst 1981a, pp. 581-93
Hirst 1988, p. 12
Butterfield 1989, pp. 390-3
Hirst 1994, pp. 57-71, 107-27', 'ObjectStatusID' : '1', 'PublicAccess' : '1', 'GroupNumber' : '', 'GroupTitle' : '', 'GroupArtist' : '', 'GroupDate' : '', 'GroupParts' : '', 'ImageID' : '2549', 'ImageFile' : 'N-0790-00-000105-WZ-PYR.tif', 'ImageCode' : 'N-0790-00-000105-WZ', 'ImagePath' : '/pics/tmp/websiteimages/Website_Collection_Online/Web Zoom Images/WZ web NG Fronts/', 'ImageLevels' : '6', 'ImageXsize' : '5519', 'ImageYsize' : '6000', 'FileGroup_ID' : '14', 'impos' : '1632'} /* Array ( [0] =>
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NG 790 is unfinished, and has been connected with payments to Michelangelo for an altarpiece for the church of S. Agostino, Rome. It seems that the altarpiece for which these payments were made in 1500-1 was not delivered and it is therefore probable that Michelangelo did not complete his commission.
Two drawings for NG 790 are known (both Paris, Louvre). One is a rejected idea for the figure of Saint John. The other is for the Mary on the left, and shows her with a crown of thorns and the nails with which Christ had been crucified.
Farnese collection, Rome, by 1649; bought in Rome by Robert Macpherson, 1846; from whom bought, 1868.
Gould 1975, pp. 145-8
Hirst 1981a, pp. 581-93
Hirst 1988, p. 12
Butterfield 1989, pp. 390-3
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