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South German School, 16th Century 
PORTRAIT OF A MAN, BUST LENGTH, HOLDING A GLOVE IN HIS RIGHT HAND
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South German School, 16th Century 
PORTRAIT OF A MAN, BUST LENGTH, HOLDING A GLOVE IN HIS RIGHT HAND
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Tableaux, Sculptures et Dessins Anciens et du XIXe siècle

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South German School, 16th Century 
PORTRAIT OF A MAN, BUST LENGTH, HOLDING A GLOVE IN HIS RIGHT HAND
Dated or inscribed with a date in the upper right corner: 1517 (in Gothic numbers) 
Oil on panel
43,7 x 32,8 cm; 17 1/4  by 13 in.
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來源

Emil Goldschmidt, Frankfurt am Main;
By whose descendants sold ("Gemälde alter Meister: Sammlung aus dem Nachlass Emil Goldschmidt, Frankfurt a. M."), Berlin, Lepke, 27 April 1909, lot 77 (as 'German master. 1517');
Anonymous sale, London, Sotheby's, 24 June 1964, lot 102 (as South-Austrian school, 16th Century and dated 1517);
With Galerie Pardo, Paris, 1977.

相關資料

The lower part of the coat-of-arms painted on the reverse of this intriguing portrait, showing a crown on a blue background, are those of the Schärffenberg-family of Styria. They were created Counts of the Holy Roman Empire on the 18th of February 1717 and their branch became extinct on the 15th of September 1817 (for a reference see J.B. Rietstap, Armorial général illustré, Lyon 1969, vol. II, p. 687).  

We are grateful to Don Victor Franco de Baux for his help in identifying this part of the coat-of-arms.

Tableaux, Sculptures et Dessins Anciens et du XIXe siècle

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