Anonymous - Head of a Virgin Mary Sangine, 13,1 x 9,6 cm. New York, Private Collection. Female head with eyes lowered, a veil covering her forehead and hair that forms a type of turban. The drawing can be compared to the Virgin Mary of the Spindles on which, according to a letter by Pietro da Novellara, was working in 1501. It has been attributed to the school of Leonardo bu Pedretti and Suida whilst others have put foreward the names of Sodoma and Luini. Dated around 1510.