Then follows another Chamber, which they call the Chamber of Sivetta.
In which you will find a Madonna with her Son at her feet, and a little S. John, by the hand of great Raphael.
There is also a Square only in rough draught, by Correggio.
You may see the Nativity of our Lord, by the hand of Carrache, a little Square.
Here follow three little Madonnas, by Raphael, very fair works.
Page 129 Then follows a Madonna and her Son, and S. Joseph, by the hand of Augustine Carache, a rare work.
There is also a little Square of the head of a Madonna, by the hand of Frederico Zuccharo.
Next is a S. Rocco, in little, the work of Par∣meggianino.
There is likewise a head of our Saviour, by the hand of Carache.
Then follows a half-figure as large as na∣ture, of our Saviour, the work of Andrea del Sarto.
There is a head of a Priest after the life, by the hand of Hanniball Carache.
Then follows a Madonna with her Son in her armes, with a S. John, S. Joseph, and S. Marga∣ret, the work of Augustine Carache.
You may plainly observe a Christ dead carried to his Sepulchre, with many Figures, painted upon Copper, a singular work of Hanniball Ca∣rache.
After this follows a little Square with a S. Francis in a Trance, upheld by an Angel, and a Glory of Angels about, a most fair work of Hannibal Carache.
Then follows a S. John Baptist, by Hannibal Carache.
There is also a Madonna with her Son, by the hand of Parmeggianino.
Beneath this Madonna you see a Head of Por∣denon.