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Michael Savage

Hi David
I wrote about this drawing too: http://grumpyarthistorian.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/new-mantegna.html
I must say my first thought was fake, because all of its inventiveness is contained in two related Mantegna drawings. On balance I think it's probably right, but I do look forward to its full publication, and I'm very interested in its provenance.

David Packwood

Hi Michael,

I got an e.mail from the auction house which is how I came to know about the sheets. I read your piece after I'd posted this, and I see there is more about the drawings on other sites. Yes, I agree, hesitant at first but starting to become more convinced.


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