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Portrait of a Young Woman

Photo: Eduardo Calderon

Portrait of a Young Woman

1565

Santi di Tito

Italian, Florentine, 1536-1603

Oil on wood panel
27 1/2 x 21 3/8 in.
Samuel H. Kress Collection
61.153
Provenance: [Wildenstein & Co., New York]; purchased from gallery by Samuel H. Kress Foundation, New York, October 30, 1947; Seattle Art Museum, since 1952, accessioned 1961
Photo: Eduardo Calderon
location
Now on view at the Seattle Art Museum

Resources

Exhibition HistorySeattle, Wash., Seattle Art Museum, Italian Art: Samuel H. Kress Collection, 1952. Text by William Suida and Sherman Lee. Cat. no. 18, pp. 7, 10, 19-20.

Baltimore, MD, Baltimore Museum of Art, Bacchiacca and His Friends, Jan. 10-Feb. 191 1961. Cat. no. 48.

Notre Dame, Ind., Art Gallery, University of Notre Dame, The Age of Vasari, Feb. 22-Mar. 31, 1970 (Binghamton, N.Y., State University of New York at Binghamton, Apr. 12-May 10, 1970). Text by Michael Milkovich. P. 32, pl. 7, reproduced p. 39 (as "possibly Santi di Tito").

Published ReferencesSuida, William and Richard Fuller. European Paintings and Sculpture from the Samuel H. Kress Collection. Seattle, Wash.: Seattle Art Museum, 1954; p. 48, reproduced p. 49 (as Circle of Bronzino).

Shapley, Fern Rusk. Paintings from the Samuel H. Kress Collection: Italian Schools XVI-XVIII Century. London, England: Phaidon Press for the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, 1973; no. K1437, p. 17, reproduced fig. 30 (as Circle of Bronzino, possibly Santi di Tito).

Ishikawa, Chiyo. The Samuel H. Kress Collection at the Seattle Art Museum. Seattle, Wash.: Seattle Art Museum, 1997; pp. 70-75, reproduced fig. 47 (as Unknown Florentine painter).

Privitera, Marta. "Due opere della prima maturità di Girolamo Macchietti." Paragone Arte 62, no. 98-99 (Sept. 2011): pp. 38ff, reproduced no. 45 (as Girolamo Macchietti).

Frederickson, B. Burton and Federico Zeri. Census of Pre-Nineteenth-Century Italian paintings in North American Public Collections. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press; p. 223.

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