Possibly related to a figure in the church of Sant'Andrea on via Flaminia, Rome. Siciolante received a commission from Pope Julius III to paint an altarpiece for that church in 1553, which was flanked by four paintings of saints Andrew, Peter, John and Paul (now destroyed).
New York, William H. Schab Gallery, and elsewhere, Woodner Collection 1, A selection of Old Master Drawings before 1700, 1971-2, no. 27 (as Bartolommeo Montagna ?).
PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF NANCY COHN AND ALLAN KATZ
M. Marignane (L.1872).
Ian Woodner, New York; Christie's, London, 7 July 1992, lot 16 (as North Italian School, circa 1545).
with Colnaghi, London, where acquired by the present owner.
About Girolamo Siciolante da Sermoneta
Italian, ca. 1521 - 1575, Sermoneta, Italy, based in Rome, Italy