recto: sheet divided into two sections with vertical line in black chalk; right section mostly blank, with small sketchy study of figures in LRC; left section has sketch of horse with front legs down, with rider falling from his mount; rider holds a long staff or spear vertically; verso: study of a PR hand with sketchy drapery (?) above

Man Fallen from Horse, Study for Conversion of Saint Paul or Battle of Constantine (recto); Study of a Hand (verso), 17th century

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Title
Man Fallen from Horse, Study for Conversion of Saint Paul or Battle of Constantine (recto); Study of a Hand (verso)
Artist Life
Italian (born in France), 1628 - 1679
Role
Artist
Accession Number
2012.58.169
Provenance
Sale, Sotheby's, London, June 22, 1982, part of no. 349, for £122.65, to Moir; Alfred Moir, Santa Barbara (1982-d. 2010; bequeathed to MIA)
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recto: sheet divided into two sections with vertical line in black chalk; right section mostly blank, with small sketchy study of figures in LRC; left section has sketch of horse with front legs down, with rider falling from his mount; rider holds a long staff or spear vertically; verso: study of a PR hand with sketchy drapery (?) above