Portrait of a young Woman

Image credit: Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

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Although damaged, this portrait of an unknown woman is of fine quality and has affinities with the work of Andrea in the 1520s. Apart from a short stay in Rome c.1516, Andrea spent most of his career in Siena and in Florence, where he collaborated with his brother Raffaello Piccinelli.

Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

Oxford

Title

Portrait of a young Woman

Medium

oil on panel

Measurements

H 58.3 x W 45 cm

Accession number

WA1921.7

Acquisition method

Bequeathed by Revd Robert Finch, 1830

Work type

Painting

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