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.

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.