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Jacometto: 'Portrait of a Boy'
The artist worked in Venice. Many of his paintings are miniatures. His style is close to that of Antonello but with a crisp linearity which owes much to followers of Mantegna, such as Zoppo.

The mid-16th century, North Italian, carved, tabernacle frame was made for a mirror and would originally have had a sliding shutter to protect the mirror plate.

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