4 June 2009
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Circle of Jacopo Palma, il Giovane (Venice c. 1548-1628)
oil on canvas
26 x 38 in. (66 x 96.5 cm.)
(Possibly) Cardinal Fesch.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 18 June 1937, lot 116, as 'Il Tintoretto' (for 110 gns. to Weekes).
Edward Hutton, London.
with Wildenstein, London, by 1957.
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London, Wildenstein, Religious Themes in Painting from the 14th Century Onwards, 16 March-5 May 1962, no. 38.
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