26 October 2016
Roman School, 17th Century
Portrait of Cardinal Ludovico Turriano, Patriarch of Aquilea, three-quarter length
inscribed 'LVDOVICVS / TVRRIANVS PAT.CA. / AQVIL.SIS· MCCCLXI' (center left)
oil on canvas, unframed
53 7/8 x 46 1/8 in. (136.9 x 117 cm.)
Madame Zelaziewitch; Christie's, London, 5 August 1876, lot 46, as 'VICELLI' (£3.10 to Grindlay).
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, London, 7 July 1998, lot 564, as 'Roman School, 17th Century'.
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, New York, 22 January 2004, lot 210, as 'Venetian School, first quarter 17th Century', where acquired by the following.
with Hall & Knight, New York.
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