Drawing by Sargeant: Figure Studies after Tintoretto's "Worship of the Golden Calf"; verso: sketch of a horse-drawn carriage and a more finished study of a horse

Object Number: 
1935.85.2.24
Date: 
c. 1874
Medium: 
Graphite on ivory paper, formerly mounted on a page of James Carroll Beckwith Album 1
Dimensions: 
Sheet (Sargent): 6 x 3 9/16 in. (15.2 x 9 cm) Sheet (Beckwith): 6 x 3 9/16 in. (15.2 x 9 cm)
Marks: 
Inscribed by Beckwith along lower edge in graphite: "by Sargent / describing Tintoretto's 'Golden Calf'"
Inscriptions: 
First Drawing (By Sargeant): Inscribed by Beckwith along lower edge in graphite: "by Sargent / describing Tintoretto's 'Golden Calf'" Second Drawing (By Beckwith): Inscribed in graphite at lower left: "CB"
Description: 
Recto verso drawing from a bound album of 308 tipped in works by Beckwith and Sargent. verso: sketch of a horse-drawn carriage and more finished study of a horse. Inscribed along lower edge in graphite: by Sargent / describing Tintoretto's "Golden Calf"
Credit Line: 
Gift of the National Academy of Design
Provenance: 
James Carroll Beckwith; The National Academy of Design, New York
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.
Creative: Tronvig Group