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Although its condition is too poor to attribute this picture with confidence, the draughtsmanship appears assured and may be compared with the frescoes by Luini in The Wallace Collection which were acquired at the same time from the collection of the vicomte Both de Tauzia (P526 and P527). The latter were painted for Gerolamo Rabbia’s country house, the Villa Pelucca, and removed in the nineteenth century.
fresco transferred to canvas mounted on panel (?)
H 29.9 x W 24.8 cm
acquired by Sir Richard Wallace, 1872; bequeathed to the nation by Lady Wallace, 1897