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Portrait of a Lady
Italian, Florentine

This work is traditionally regarded as Florentine, but possibly of North Italian origin. It has been reduced in size. The identity of the sitter is not known, but the costume suggests a date of about 1540. It was formerly attributed to Bronzino and then to Cristofano Allori (1577 - 1621).

Key facts
Artist Italian, Florentine
Full title Portrait of a Lady
Date made about 1535-50
Medium and support Oil on wood
Dimensions 59.1 x 48.5 cm
Acquisition credit Holwell Carr Bequest, 1831
Inventory number NG21
Location in Gallery Not on display
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