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Portrait of a Man

Formerly attributed to the Flemish painter Enrico Fiammingo (Hendrick van Somer, 1607/15 - 1684), this painting is now thought to be by an Italian painter. The costume suggests a date in the mid-17th century.

Key facts
Artist Italian
Full title Portrait of a Man
Date made 1630-70
Medium and support Oil on paper (?) on wood
Dimensions 17.8 x 12.7 cm
Acquisition credit Bequeathed by the Misses Cohen as part of the John Samuel collection, 1906
Inventory number NG2104
Location in Gallery Not on display
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