portraits of two boys, each in profile from PR, and each wearing caps; boy at right has hair curing in front of his ear, with the ends of his hair at his neck curling outward; boy at left has head turned slightly toward PL, with hair at his neck curling under

Heads of Two Boys, 16th-17th century

Pen and brown ink on laid paperexpand_more

  2012.58.13

Not on Viewexpand_more
Details
Title
Heads of Two Boys
Artist Life
(Naples), 1578-1635
Role
Artist
Accession Number
2012.58.13
Provenance
[Pietro Scarpa, Venice, until 1971; sold July 10, for 200,000 lire, to Moir]; Alfred Moir, Santa Barbara (1971-d. 2010; bequeathed to MIA)
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portraits of two boys, each in profile from PR, and each wearing caps; boy at right has hair curing in front of his ear, with the ends of his hair at his neck curling outward; boy at left has head turned slightly toward PL, with hair at his neck curling under