An Allegory of Vice

The items in store as yet unplaced, beginning here, must have been deemed special enough to include at the end of the Windsor MS. (which is a fair copy of the Cabinet Room, probably for the King's personal use)

Pair with no 2

Van der Doort c.1639

Antonio Correggio

1st, Tormenting of Marsyas, one sitting and stinging him with vipers, another blowing with a pipe in his left ear, a third flaying him, little young satyr's head below....

Walpole Society reference (1960): 
WS 156, № 1
Measurements (Van der Doort): 
(4ft 11 x 2ft 9) (149.9 x 83.8)
watercolour on canvas
all-over gilded frame
Mantua piece
Gift / Exchange / Bought / Inherited: 
[title cont'd]...apart from the young satyr’s head four full-length less-than-half-life-size figures in a landscape, famous and large
Hang notes: 
Kept shut up in double door shutting wooden case, in the Cabinet Room
Room description extended: 
Pictures and other things in store in several places and as yet unplaced
Original Manuscript page number: 
Windsor MS., f. 121 and MS Ash, 1514, f. 155
Interpreting the text: 
Text in brackets from the Ashmolean MS.
Identification certainty: 
Sale Inventory c.1649-51

per Correggio