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Attributed to Flemish: 'Portrait of a Man'

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The unidentified sitter stands in front of an arch, leaning against a stone relief. The relief shows a cupid chastising another, blindfolded cupid. The scene symbolises the triumph of Divine Love over Earthly Love and makes it likely that the portrait was painted at the time of the sitter's betrothal or marriage.

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