London, South Kensington
24 April 2001
Attributed to the Studio of Jacopo Robusti, il Tintoretto (1518-1594)
The Holy Family and the Doge Ranieri
oil on canvas
58¼ x 76½ in. (148 x 194.3 cm.)
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Derives from the prototype sold from the Hope Heirlooms sale, 1917, later sold, Gabriel sale, Christie's, 15 March, 1929, now in a private collection Lucerne, Switzerland.
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