St Paula
(Giovanni Luteri, called Dosso Dossi)


The Earl of Haddington, Tyninghame; Christie’s, London, November 28th 1975, no. 76.


B. Berenson, The North Italian Painters of the Renaissance, 1907, p. 211; A. Venturi, L’Arte, vol. IX, pt. 3, 1928, p.978; E. K. Waterhouse, ‘Two Companion Pictures by Dosso Dossi’, Burlington Magazine, vol. XCIV, Dec. 1952, p. 359, fig. 73 (the companion repr. as fig. 74); P. Dreyer, ‘Die Entwicklung des Jungen Dosso’, Pantheon, 1964, p.359, no. 71; A. Mezzetti, Il Dosso e Battista Ferrarese, Milan, 1965, no. 211, fig. 18b; F. R. Shapely, Paintings from the Samuel H. Kress Collection, 1968, p. 74, under no. K1129; B. Berenson, Italian Pictures of the Renaissance, Central Italian and North Italian Schools, 1968, vol. I, p. 114; F. Gibbons, Dosso and Battista Dossi, Princetown, 1968, no. 74, p. 210 and fig. 118.

Historical Period
High Renaissance to Mannerism - 1450-1530
Italian - Other Regions
1984-From Borso to Cesare d'Este, 1450 - 1628: The School of Ferrara.
An exhibition in aid of The Courtauld Institute Trust Appeal Fund. Ten introductory essays on Ferrara and aspects of Ferrarese art by Cecil Gould, Lanfranco Caretti, Claudio Gallico, Vincenzo Fontana, Thomas Tuohy, Emmanuele Mattaliano, Giorgio Bassani, Giuliano Briganti, Alastair Smith, with charts and Concordat of Ferrarese paintings in British public collections. 200 pages, 50 colour plates, 84 black and white illustrations. £15 or $23 inc. p&p.

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