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Youth with two old Men

Studies of Figures

Astrology

Nativity

Judith

St. Bartholomew, standing in frontal view with head facing to right and holding martyr's palm with both arms, from the series 'Christ and the Twelve Apostles'

The Nativity

The Lovers

Entombment

Virgin and Child Enthroned with St. Jerome, St. Francis of Assisi and Three Other Saints

Saint Philip

The Tiburtine sibyl and the Emperor Augustus

Resurrection

Woman Extending Her Right Arm Towards an Altar

Madonna and Child

Madonna of the Rose

The Lovers

Saint James Major

Youth with two old Men

Male Saint

Minerva and the Arts and Sciences

Judith

The Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine

Virgin and Child

Mary with the Child and Joseph

'The Sacrifice' or 'Mucius Scaevola', after Parmigianino

Seated Woman with two Children

Nativity

Madonna and Child

Marriage of The Virgin

The Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine

St. James Major

Judith

Saints Peter and John healing the Sick

Cupid Sleeping

Circe

Youth with two old Men

Annunciation

Nymphs Bathing

Hercules Killing Cerberus

Circe and the Companions of Ulysses

The Nativity

The Annunciation

Melancholy

"Faith" (after Parmigianino)

Circe and the Companions of Ulysses

[Four Cupids; Apollo and Daphne in the Background]

Standing Shepherd

Prudence

Prudence

Youth with two old Men

Heavily draped male Figure

Saints Peter and John healing the Sick

St. John the Evangelist, striding in three-quarter view toward the left and holding a chalice with snakes in his right hand, an eagle stands behind his right leg

Saints Peter and John healing the Sick

Youth with two old Men

Entombment

Cupid Sleeping

Faith

Fortitude

Nine Studies of the Moses in Santa Maria della Steccata, Parma (recto); Nine Studies for the Eve in Santa Maria della Steccata, Parma (verso)

Roman or Greek Warriors Celebrating after a Victory.

Head of man in Profile to Left

Head of Bearded Man (recto); Head of a Girl (verso)

Bishop Saint in Bust-Length (Cartoon for an Altarpiece)

Seated Figure of Mercury

Madonna and Child (recto); Head and Bust of Saint John the Evangelist (verso)

Apparition of Christ (recto); Printed Fragment with Jupiter Enthroned with Eagle, from Caraglio's Martyrdom of Saint Peter and Saint Paul (verso).

Head of a Bearded Man in Profile to Left, possibly the Portrait of the Poet Giorgio Anselmi (ca. 1459-1528), with Faint Sketch of a Skull-like Head

Head of a Man in Profile to Right

The Virgin Walking to the Right Carrying the Christ Child

Justice Holding Scales

The Surprise

Madonna of the Rose, the Madonna reaches for a rose upheld by the child, who reclines on a drapery and rests his left arm on a globe

St. Andrew standing in profile view and grasping a monumental cross, chiaroscuro woodcut in green and brown, from a series of twelve apostles after Parmigianino

Young St. John the Baptist, seated on a rock with hairskin draped over midsection and left shoulder, pointing upward with his outstretched right arm toward a wooden cross, a lamb lying below him, chiaroscuro woodcut with two blocks

The Virgin in an oval

Judith with the head of Holofernes, which she places into a sack held by the figure behind her, she bears a sword in her outstretched right arm

Fortitude

The virgin, child and St. John

Narcissus (Man Seated Seen from the Back)

Young St. John the Baptist in the Desert with a Lamb

Diogenes, seated before his barrel, reading from a book, a plucked hen standing behind him at right

Faith

The sacrifice of Abraham

The sacrifice

Seated Goddess Diana (recto); Studies of a Nude Male Torso Seen from the Rear, and a leg (verso)

Male Nude Torso with Raised Arms

St. James Major

St. Thais

St. Philip

Madonna and Child

The Two Lovers

Annunciation

Astrology

Cupid Sleeping

Diogenes seated with his barrel behind him, and reading a book while holding a stick that rests on a geometry book to his right

The Nativity

St. Peter and St. John Healing the Cripples at the Gate of the Temple

The Two Lovers