Lombard School - Portrait of a Gentleman at the court of Savoy, ca. 1602

Date Created: 12 November 2018

Author: Unknown of Lombard school

Source: The Internet

Owner: Artnet.com

Location: Koelliker Collection

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Title: Lombard School - Portrait of a Gentleman at the court of Savoy
ca. 1602
Paintings, Oil on canvas
111 x 84 cm. (43.7 x 33.1 in.)
Price on Request
Inscribed: “1602 anno aetatis sue L”
Koelliker Collection
12/01/2017–02/09/2018 Splendour and Magnificence: Art from the European Courts
Milan, Royal Palace, Maestri del ‘600 e del ‘700 lombardo nella collezione Koelliker, 1 April - 2 July, 2006.
F. Moro (edited by), I piaceri della vita di campagna nell’arte dal XVI al XVIII secolo, catalogue of the exhibition, Milan 2000, p. 100;
A. Morandotti-F. Frangi (edited by), Dipinti lombardi del Seicento, Turin 2004, pp. 22-25;
A. Morandotti-F. Frangi (edited by), Maestri del ‘600 e del ‘700 lombardo nella collezione Koelliker, catalogue exhibition, Milan 2006, pp. 26-29.
Image Rights:
Courtesy of Robilant+Voena
With many thanks to Ellen Hagen.

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