Sad Presentiment (1862). Gerolamo Induno (Italian, 1825-1890). Oil on canvas. Pinacoteca di Brera. In a humble domestic setting, a young woman looks at the portrait of a loved one, troubled by the presentiment of his death. The letter on the floor may have brought disturbing news. The figure has a certain composure and is represented in a classical way, with a certain degree of solemnity. The bust of Garibaldi and a reproduction of “Il Bacio” by Hayez set this event in time.