Recto: A horseman killing a stag, preliminary design for The Deer Hunt of Emperor Frederick Barbarosa and Ubaldo Ubaldini; Verso: Two galleys at sea, design for "Orbis Longitudines" (Discovery of the Establishment of the Longitudes), pl. 16 from the Nova Reperta series
Horizontal rectangle. Verso: A man holds the horns of a stag, into whom a horseman thrusts his sword. Part of the pose of the walking man shows a correction. Recto: the galleys are shown obliquely from the stern. A contrary wind is blowing the sails. Written in the upper left corner, vertically: "il (?) paruga/guardaroba dal/Cardinale di Medici."
Medium: Pen and brown ink, brown wash, charcoal on paper
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Credit Line: Museum purchase through gift of various donors
made in: Netherlands
Restrictions & Rights: CC0