St John the Baptist in a niche- possibly a design for embroidery.

Part of an album of drawings belonging to Lord James Cavendish MP (d 1741), son of the second Duke of Devonshire (1665-1729), founder of the great collection of drawings at Chatsworth. The collection of drawings form an interesting relic of the great age of collecting in England.

Provenance

Collection of Lord James Cavendish


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