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Inscription: Recto is inscribed with initials in pen and medium brown ink at lower left by the hand of the patron, Duke Eberhard Ludwig, in approval of the artist's design. Next to it, the design is inscribed by the artist himself in pen and gray-brown ink along the lower border: "Profillo Della Salla dalla favorita nel Giardino de fas[s]ani per Sua Alt[ez]za Se[renissi]ma il Se[gno]re di Wirttinberg a Louisbourg per farsi di specchj et marmo et stucho la Soffita dipinta a fressco / D. G. Frisoni 118."(Carmen C. Bambach, revised June 16, 2004)
Leon Dalva Sr., part of a Piedmontese-Lombard scrapbook
The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Living in Style. Five centuries of interior design from the collection of drawings and prints," June 17, 2013–September 9, 2013.
Mary L. Myers Architectural and Ornament Drawings: Juvarra, Vanvitelli, The Bibiena Family & Other Italian Draughtsmen. Exh. cat. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1975, cat. no. 30, fig. no. 30, pp. 24-25, ill.
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