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Antonio Canova was one of the greatest artists of the neoclassical tradition and is known primarily for his sculptures. Included in this portrait is a model for his famous sculpture of 'The Three Graces', a version of which was made for John Russell, the 6th Duke of Bedford, who commissioned this portrait. Hayter met the Italian sculptor in Rome, where this portrait was painted in 1817, while he was travelling in Italy under the patronage of the Duke of Bedford.
oil on canvas
98 x 74 cm
purchased from Christie's, 1954
Government Art Collection
Queen's Yard, 179A Tottenham Court Road, London, Greater London W1T 7PA EnglandView venue
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