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Netherlandish (?): 'Three Men and a Little Girl'

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The subjects have not been identified, but it is thought that the dress of the men may be Venetian in style. The child's costume, which is recognisably that of a girl, can be dated to around 1540. The painting is probably painted by a Netherlandish painter working in Venice or the Veneto. It was once attributed to Dirck Barendsz. (1532 - 1594) who, according to the historian van Mander, was in Venice in about 1555.

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