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Vincenzo Morosini, Procuratori de Supra

Photo credit: East Lothian Council

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This is a copy of a painting from the workshop of Tintoretto in the Ca' d'Oro, Venice.

The nine Procurator posts were the most important in Venice after the Doge, and were also for life. They had a variety of responsibilities including for the fabric of the city and facilities for vulnerable citizens such as orphans. There were three categories, covering discreet areas of the city, with the Procuratori de Supra, administering the Basilica di San Marco, being the most prestigious. Vincenzo Morosini was appointed to this post in 1578.

John Muir House

Haddington


Date

1880

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 110.6 x W 82.2 cm

Accession number

10713

Acquisition method

donated

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

1. TINTORETTO P.V.Adam Venetia 1880 2. 10713


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