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This is one of the most important works in Glasgow's collections. It is an early work, dating from about 1509, when the young Titian's developing style was still close to that of his teacher, Giorgione. Another work now in Glasgow's collection, the 'Head of a Man', originally formed part of this same painting, but was cut off at an unknown date.
oil on canvas
H 139.3 x W 181.7 cm
Archibald McLellan Collection, purchased, 1856