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|Archive reference number||NG5/499/9|
Note written by [Burton]
|Date||19 Dec 1877|
Relating to the purchase of an oil painting attributed to Gian Girolamo Savoldo from Signor Giuseppe Baslini in Milan. It shows a young woman, half-length, wrapped in a white mantle, turning towards the spectator. This painting from Signor Baslini was formerly part of the collection of Count Fenaroli di Brescia, where it was considered as a Titian and known as "La Zingara" [the Gipsy woman].
|Paintings referenced in this record||NG1031|
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