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Portrait of a Man
German, South

The unidentified sitter is holding two pinks. This painting is the pendant to a 'Portrait of a Woman', showing an unknown lady holding lily-of-the-valley, which is in the Oscar Reinhart collection, Winterthur. The two paintings may be betrothal or marriage portraits. They may originate from the Danube region.

Key facts
Artist German, South
Full title Portrait of a Man
Date made about 1530-40
Medium and support Oil on beech
Dimensions 49.9 x 39.1 cm
Acquisition credit Bought, 1887
Inventory number NG1232
Location in Gallery Room 4
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