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As Ian Warrell notes, it is unclear whether this slight study of a standing female nude and another on folio 70 verso (D22458) are ‘formal or more improvised studies’.1 There is a perhaps related inscription above another figure drawing on folio 72 recto (D22461). See also the possibly erotic sketch on folio 2 verso (D22326). There are further figure studies on folios 7 recto, 12 recto and verso, 70 recto, 71 recto and 72 verso (D22333, D22341, D22342, D22457, D22459, D22462).
The partly legible inscription possibly relates to the financial notes on the recto (D22323).
Warrell 2003, p.23.