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Style of Giacomo Francesco Cipper: 'Head of a Man in Blue'
This painting is part of the group: Two Expressive Heads

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In the 18th century a number of Italian genre artists painted sitters suffering from afflictions. This sitter's neck is disfigured by a goitre. The painting is not by the artist Giacomo Francesco Cipper, but it shows his influence in both subject matter and technique. It is one of a pair with 'Head of a Man in Red', also in the National Gallery collection.

Other paintings in this group: Two Expressive Heads

Head of a Man in Red
Style of Giacomo Francesco Cipper
probably 1700-50
Head of a Man in Red

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