The sitter, Aurelia, was a noted model in Rome who was nicknamed 'La Cornacchia' (The Crow). On the reverse of the picture is another oil sketch of the same model in a different pose.
This picture was probably sold by Mancini directly to Hugh Lane around 1907.
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