The painters voyage of Italy in which all the famous paintings of the most eminent masters are particularised, as they are preserved in the several cities of Italy ...
Barri, Giacomo, ca. 1630-ca. 1690., Lodge, William, 1649-1689.

Now follows the Chamber of Audience.

Where are two Squares hung aloft, of two Figures at length, by the hand of Correggio.

There are also two other Squares which re∣present two Elements, viz. The Earth and the Water, by the hand of Bassano.

Page  128 After these is another Square which represents Lucretia Romano killing her self, by the hand of Parmeggianino.

Underneath this Square there is another of the Espousal of S. Katherine, one of the fairest works that ever Correggio painted.

On each side of this Piece is a Ritratto, one is the effigies of Martin Luther, done by Ra∣phael, the other by Parmeggianino.

Next is a Christ in a half-figure, by the hand of Correggio.

On the other front you see a S. Girolamo, a half-figure, by the hand of Leonardo da Vinci.

Near unto this is a Madonna with our Savi∣our asleep, and a little S. John, by the hand of Hanniball Carache.

Then follow two Ritrattos in little, one is the Picture of Hanniball Carache; the other the Pi∣cture of a Lady; both done by her own hand.