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A Man in Armor, ca. 1512 (attributed to Sebastiano del Piombo) (1485-1547) Wadsworth Athenaeum, Hartford, CT, 1960.119

Sebastiano del Piombo's Portrait of a man in armor, 1512 oil on canvas, x Hartford, CT Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art

Giorgione, Portrait of An Archer (16th century)

Attributed to Giorgione ~ Portrait of an Archer ~ Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh ~ Bequest of Mary Hamilton Campbell, Baroness Ruthven, 1885 ~ inv.

Ludovico Sforza Duke of Milan,son of Galeazzo and Bianca Maria,also called Ludovico il Moro

Ludovico Sforza Duke of Milan,son of Galeazzo and Bianca Maria,also called Ludovico il Moro. Painted by Zanetto Bugatto, circa

1520 - Portrait of Vincenzo Mosti - Titian

Portrait of Vincenzo Mosti, 1520 by Titian (Tiziano Vecellio) Galleria Palatina of Florence (Palazzo Pitti)

Hans Memling-Ritratto di Tommaso Portinari, 1470 circa, olio su tavola, 44,1×33,7 cm, New York, Metropolitan Museum

Tommaso di Folco Portinari Maria Portinari (Maria Maddalena Baroncelli, born Hans Memling (Netherlandish, Seligenstadt, active by 1494 Bruges) Date: probably 1470 Medium: Oil on wood

Self-Portrait as David. Giorgione. 1510. Oil on canvas. 52 x 43 cm. Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum. Braunschweig.

Giorgione, The Self-portrait as David, Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest

William Noel-Hill, 3rd Baron Berwick of Attingham, MP (1772-1842)

William Noel-Hill was a politician and diplomat. A second son, in 1832 he inherited the title of his brother, becoming the Baron Berwick. He was briefly engaged to Lady Hester Stanhope, but he never married. Portrait attributed to George Sanders

1754 Allan Ramsay - Portrait of James Adam

James Adam by Allan Ramsay 1754 Oil on canvas Collection: Laing Art Gallery James Adam July 1732 – 20 October was a Scottish architect and furniture designer, often overshadowed by his older brother and business partner, Robert.

Portrait of a Man. Giorgione. 1508. Oil on panel. 30 x 26 cm. Fine Arts Gallery. San Diego.

An exemplary exhibition brings us closer to understanding the most enigmatic and influential painter in the history of art