24 January 2003
Domenico Tintoretto (Venice 1560-1635)
Portrait of a Gentleman, said to be Vincenzo Morosini, three-quarter-length, in a fur-trimmed coat, before a red curtain, a landscape beyond the window
with inventory label '161', on the reverse
oil on canvas
47¼ x 34¼ in. (120 x 87 cm.)
Andrásst Kastelyok Sale, Budapest, 1-2 December 1930, as Domenico Tintoretto.
with Newhouse Galleries, New York, as Jacopo Tintoretto (according to a label on the reverse).
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We are grateful to Dr. Paola Rossi for confirming the attribution to Domenico Tintoretto from photographs (verbal communication, 3 December 2002).
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