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Portrait of a young Lady - Attributed to Pietro Francesco Cittadini (1616; 1681)
Portrait of a young Lady - Attributed to Pietro Francesco Cittadini (1616; 1681)  - Paintings & Drawings Style Louis XIV Portrait of a young Lady - Attributed to Pietro Francesco Cittadini (1616; 1681)  - Portrait of a young Lady - Attributed to Pietro Francesco Cittadini (1616; 1681)  - Louis XIV
Ref : 96945
7 800 €
Period :
17th century
Provenance :
France
Medium :
Oil on canvas
Dimensions :
L. 37.8 inch X l. 30.71 inch
Paintings & Drawings  - Portrait of a young Lady - Attributed to Pietro Francesco Cittadini (1616; 1681) 17th century - Portrait of a young Lady - Attributed to Pietro Francesco Cittadini (1616; 1681)
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Portrait of a young Lady - Attributed to Pietro Francesco Cittadini (1616; 1681)

Pietro Francesco Cittadini (1616; 1681) attributed. Portrait of a young Lady of quality

Canvas relined 82 cm by 64 cm
17th period frame 96 cm by 78 cm

This very beautiful and elegant portrait of the Italian school of the 17th century attributed to Cittadini offers us a young Lady richly dressed. Her dress is adorned with Venetian lace and red ribbon that is found in the model's hairstyle.

Pietro Francesco Cittadini (Milan 1616; Bologna 1681)

Originally a pupil of Daniele Crespi, Cittadini moved to Bologna before the age of 20 to study with Guido Reni, whose influence is clearly evident in early works such as the Stoning of Saint Stephen, the Flagellation and the Crowning with Thorns in the Church of Santo. Stefano, Bologna. He traveled to Rome in the mid-1640s and came into contact with the French and Flemish artists who lived there. This international melting pot gave birth to an original artistic vocabulary aimed at the naturalistic representation of reality in a large number of still lifes, landscapes and portraits. He also painted decorative frescoes for the Ducal Palace of Sassuolo
He is exhibited in many museums including the Hermitage in Saint Petersburg (an adoration of the shepherds), in Parma (two portraits of young girls), at the National Gallery in Florence (self-portrait), in Dresden (biblical landscapes, still life), Chambéry (portraits)...

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17th Century Oil Painting Louis XIV