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His initial graphic language was a synthesis of developments in central Italy, with a vital accent from Venetian painting and Correggio. Principally in Rome, his later work became more deliberately classicizing and formulaic. His thought was also expressed in the founding of the Roman academy and his publication of Idea de’ pittori, scultori, ed architetti (1607), the most articulate statement of the period’s artistic theory. In 1568 Zuccaro was commissioned for a pair of altarpieces for the Duomo at Orvieto. This drawing corresponds to a preliminary stage of one composition. It differs from the painting in the kneeling figure at the lower left and in a few minor details. Another version of the drawing (Louvre, Paris) is identical in size, technique, and virtually every mark, but its revisions are more logical and its line is more responsive. The Suida-Manning drawing is an autograph replica. 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