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Portrait of a Man
Augsburg, Unknown artist
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The format of this portrait – the three-quarter bust-length view, the inclusion of the hands and the plain background are typical of German portraiture of the sixteenth-century. But the painting is in poor condition and has been overpainted extensively. The identities of the sitter and artist are unknown but it was probably made in Augsburg or another southern German city.

Key facts
Artist Augsburg, Unknown artist
Full title Portrait of a Man
Date made about 1530
Medium and support Oil on poplar
Dimensions 38.1 x 28.3 cm
Acquisition credit Salting Bequest, 1910
Inventory number NG2604
Location in Gallery Not on display
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