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Violante (La Bella Gatta) by TIZIANO Vecellio

Violante (La Bella Gatta) by TIZIANO Vecellio - 2 women portraits 16th century hall
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c. 1514
Oil on canvas, 65 x 51 cm
Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

Submitted by: Birukoff

Published: 14.07.2014



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Nic

July 14, 2014


Formerly the painting was attributed to Palma Vecchio. The sitter probably was Violante, Titian's mistress and the daughter of the artist Palma Vecchio, who also painted a series of Venetian beauties. She was represented with flowers in another famous painting by Titian, the "Bacchanalia" in the Prado.


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